How It Works
The process of tokenization involves several key steps:

Asset Selection: Identifying the real-world asset to be tokenized. This could be a physical asset like a building or a piece of land, or an intangible asset like copyright or a financial instrument.
Legal Framework: Establishing a legal structure that defines the ownership rights represented by the tokens and ensures compliance with relevant regulations.
Creating Digital Tokens: Issuing digital tokens on a blockchain platform that represent ownership or a claim to a portion of the real-world asset. Each token is coded with the specific rights and responsibilities associated with the asset, such as revenue sharing or voting rights.
Trading on Platforms: Once created, these tokens can be traded on digital platforms, enabling investors to buy and sell fractions of the underlying assets