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The Atomyze Team

The Atomyze Team

Interest in Metal Commodities, Tokenization, and Blockchain Top Topics during Greenwich Economic Forum, Bloomberg News

Atomyze expects strong market demand for tokenized nickel, palladium, platinum, copper, and other metals.

The gap between sought-after metals, other commodities, and a wide band of investment managers is about to be closed by the Atomyze platform. This, along with other topics, including strong market demand for tokenized nickel, palladium, platinum, copper, and other metals were discussed during Bloomberg News live at the Greenwich Economic Forum 2021 in Connecticut.   

According to Jeanine Hightower-Sellitto, Atomyze LLC’s CEO, who spoke with Bloomberg News, “the demand for the types of commodities that we are bringing to market is tremendous. Atomyze is building a tokenization platform as well as a marketplace, for investing in commodities, including palladium, platinum, copper, nickel, and other types of commodities, that will be based on blockchain, which enables us to carry metadata into the tokens. So, not only do you get direct titled ownership to specific inventory of metal, but you also get to track and trace where the metal came from, how it was produced, and many of the ESG components that investors are all seeking today.”   

Atomyze also discussed its tokenization platform, its upcoming commodities marketplace launch in the US later this year, and how the platform will create liquidity for the entire industry in an unprecedented way. Hightower-Sellitto explained that the products are attractive not only to current commodities market participants, but also to small and medium sized institutional investors, who have no real access to invest in or trade any of these metals on the market today. 

Watch more here: Bloomberg News 9.21.2021 Tremendous demand for digital metal investing Atomyze CEO 

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