In the bid to promote transparency, IFT launched a share registry technology called Securities on the Blockchain. The IFT aims to use blockchain technology to facilitate share trading in virtual stock certificates. There is a specific set of cryptocurrencies that will be valid for the virtual stock certificates and the IFT will have to decide which cryptocurrencies are used in the new service.
So what is an NFT?
NFTs are a blockchain-based protocol. They could be labeled as decentralized protocols because they operate without central control of the network. In the sense of the word blockchain, an NFT is a ledger system.
They are best described as a type of decentralized permissionless blockchain and to operate on them, there is a public ledger, a permissionless exchange (which lets one create transactions that are made public, but the transaction details are hidden from the public), and a mechanism for sharing on the ledger. There are different types of shared ledgers:
Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT): Distributed ledger technology consists of blocks (nodes), each of which may contain information. Each block is linked to its predecessor and every transaction is embedded in the transactions within its predecessor, resulting in a kind of chronological chain (or time-line). The blockchain is distributed and made public and is a public ledger and a permissionless exchange.
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Distributed Ledger Network Technology (DLNT): The DLN is a form of a decentralized network that produces distributed ledgers and runs on a peer-to-peer basis. The DLN applies the consensus mechanisms to public ledger, creates anonymous token shares (the ‘mysterious chain’) on an anonymous public ledger (the ledger is distributed but the transactions are public), runs decentralized exchange, and provides network for exchanging tokens to bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies.
Tokens: The tokens that are issued through DLNTs can be traded. In exchange, the tokens must be redeemed for certain types of security that are created in the same way as assets.
With regards to security, it is unclear whether there is a specific amount of tokens that an individual can hold, and more so, if the tokens are limited or limited in the way that they can be sold.
Articles on the subject that have been published in the media claim that an individual can hold 1 million tokens. According to the proponents of the scheme, tokens are only to be issued for the exchange of virtual stock certificates on the IFT.
The only way to ensure security is for an individual to own a virtual stock certificate. The virtual stock certificate is a document, typically displayed in stock investment markets such as the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) or, in countries that do not use the share registry as a security, at the corporate headquarters of the corporation. This document could be in the form of a stock certificate for real stock certificates.
The virtual stock certificate is the virtual version of the virtual stock certificate that is issued by the IFT. In this case, the virtual stock certificate is generated by the IFT on its virtual ledger and verified by a virtual wallet that is associated with a digital representation of the virtual stock certificate. This is how the virtual wallet can be used to transfer the virtual stock certificate from the virtual wallet to an independent account with an external party.
The virtual wallet then allows the holder to transact through the financial system. When it is sent from the virtual wallet to an external party, the payment is transferred through the virtual token to the external party.
Currently, only a virtual currency called BitCoin is a part of the virtual wallet.
The other virtual currencies can be used to transfer value to another entity or create a virtual investment opportunity.
It is unclear whether Bitcoin and other virtual currencies are to be viewed as securities. According to the statements made by the members of the IFT, virtual currency is an asset but it can be used to transfer value. For example, for investors that purchase Bitcoins, the owner of Bitcoins will hold it in virtual accounts and use it to transfer value (a virtual payment to another entity). In this case, it is the virtual currency that is the asset.
In the case of banks, virtual currency is an asset in the form of bank shares. Banks are corporations that hold shares in physical form and hold the security in trust for their investors. Bitcoin and other virtual currencies are also securities.
Who is participating in the IFT and why are there problems?
The IFT is a public organization that includes around 30 member entities from seven countries. The seven entities are the three entities that manage the IFT as well as six other organizations that provide a basis for the participants in the IFT. For example, the entity that manages the IFT is the National Commission for Financial Markets (NCFIM).
Moreover, the structure of the IFT consists of seven funds. These funds are jointly managed by the IFT and its member organizations.
The member organizations of the IFT are listed in three different lists according to the purpose they are promoting in the IFT. In the list of the owners of the shares of the IFT in the different funds, there are five banks, two public entities and one investor. The objective of the IFT is to promote the development of the economy and exchanges.
The IFT aims to promote international transactions, which includes not only direct transactions but also the purchase of virtual stocks and the transfer of funds that are traded as a financial instrument.
The stock exchange is a similar public organization. It is a company that will take over the job of the public trading market. It will administer the transactions in the stock exchange, including the sale of shares.