Tokenization of physical assets is the process of representing real-world assets in the form of digital tokens. By tokenizing physical assets, it is possible to track ownership and store value digitally. Asset tokenization facilitates more efficient systems for trading, transferring, and managing assets, as well as reducing the costs associated with traditional asset management. In addition, tokenization can also unlock liquidity and increase access to capital markets, allowing investors to diversify their portfolios and invest in new asset classes. Asset tokenization has the potential to dramatically change the way people interact with physical assets while revolutionizing the traditional financial sector.
CACHE was founded to develop the technologies for tokenization of physical assets. CACHE's mission is to allow investors to access, own, and manage their physical assets in the digital realm.
CACHE brings the benefits of blockchain technology to real world assets, enabling process automation in a secure, transparent, and verifiable manner. CACHE's platform and infrastructure bridges the gap between traditional asset ownership and the public distributed ledger technologies, allowing users to securely store, manage, and trade their physical assets within the world of Web3.
Tokenizing physical assets is a complex process. Challenges include the prevention of fraud, theft, and counterfeit goods. Lack of a centralized registry or authority makes it difficult to track the ownership and value of physical assets.
CACHE is an ideal partner for the tokenization of physical assets, with extensive experience in precious metals, vaulting, and blockchain technologies, as well as unparalleled transparency provided by GramChain and Chainlink. CACHE can help your business build secure, transparent processes for any use case.
CACHE is governed by a shareholder agreement that delegates operational policy decisions to the board of directors, which is comprised of three individuals who are registered as such with the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority of Singapore (ACRA).
Gregor has 20 years of software development experience and over the past decade has brought over 375 tons of gold and silver to Singapore, most of which are stored at The Safe House. With The Reserve he is currently building the largest vault for precious metals in the world.
Nizam is an experienced attorney and consultant with over 27 years of expertise in financial services regulatory compliance and litigation. He brings invaluable regulatory and compliance know-how to CACHE.
Nizam spent six years as a regulator at the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), where he was Deputy Director and Head of the Market Conduct Policy Division. At MAS, Nizam worked on various policy reviews leading to the enactment of key legislation including:
Otbert is a former PwC partner and head of the risk advisory services of ABN AMRO Bank. He brings over 20 years of governance, regulatory, compliance and risk management experience to CACHE in addition to his blockchain expertise gained as co-founder of the insurance technology company, insurancemarket.sg