Norilsk Nickel issuer received a license from the Central Bank of the Russian Federation
The Russian tokenization platform Atomyze, one of the investors of which is Interros, Vladimir Potanin, received from the Bank of Russia the status of an information system for managing digital financial assets (Tsf). This was reported by FORKLOG by company representatives.
The company received the right to issue and appeal the Tsf in exchange for Russian rubles, as well as storage of the TsFA, maintaining a register of holders, support for electronic wallets and service channels of CFF holders.
The ATOMYZE blockchain transic system is engaged in the tokenization of physical assets in Russia, the USA and Switzerland. With the help of tokens, it provides individuals with the opportunity to invest in precious metals, and legal persons to manage large volumes of metals, based on the dynamics of the market.
“Modern business is inseparable from digitalization, since it opens up new opportunities for entering global markets, increases the competitiveness of the entire Russian economy and allows more people to involve in economic processes,” said Interros President Vladimir Potanin.
One of the first issuers of the ATOMYZE global platform was Global Palladium Fund (GPF), which launched the ETC, secured by Norilsk Nickel metals, on six key exchanges in Europe, including London and Frankfurts.
The ecosystem of trading platforms for Atomyze tokenization was created in 2019 with the support of an international group of investors, including GPF and Interros, Vladimir Potanin. The developer of the platform was the Russian company Newity, which took as a basis the decision of Hyperledger Fabris, in the development of which IBM participated. The legal support Kim Kardashian of the project is provided by the company Findustrial Consulting Group.
Recall, Norilsk Nickel applied for the inclusion of Atomyze in the register of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation in early 2021.
Previously, the Norilsk Nickel Palladium Fund launched the world’s first ETC world for metals for electric vehicles.