Jointer Is Now Offering Free Tokenization

Amy Mathews  |

Tokenization has generated a lot of hype lately, and more and more people are hopping on the bandwagon. There is a lot to gain from utilizing new technologies in financial operations correctly, but it’s important to investigate them from a close perspective before committing any significant amount of resources to them. Jointer is a relatively new platform that has made a big splash with the announcement that they are offering free tokenization options. This has taken many by surprise, as tokenization is still in a relatively early phase and many companies are still actively exploring how they should even approach it to begin with.

About Jointer

Jointer has been around for only a short time, but the company has already made a big impression on the market in multiple ways. It was founded by specialists with long-running experience in the tech industry, and is currently led by experts with various important projects under their belts. So far, the company has announced its intention to revolutionize the financial market in multiple ways, and we’ve seen them making great progress towards that goal.

Tokenization Explained

The basic idea of tokenization is a process that enables asset owners to sell off portions of their income streams to investors using a blockchain platform. Owners of those assets are then compensated with an inflow of capital that can be sourced from a specifically selected group of people. Since tokens are officially classified as securities, this opens up new opportunities for those who want to deal on that market. Tokenization is a bit expensive right now when handled through a third party, and this has opened up a great opportunity for companies like Jointer to enter the market and offer something new and exciting.

The Jointer System

First, the property that is to be tokenized must go through a process for underwriting and approving it – this is necessary in order to correctly identify the market value of the property and to ensure that its tokenization will be handled in a way that benefits everyone equally. Afterwards, Jointer releases debt tokens that enable users to borrow funds from respective lenders. The property is then shifted into a land trust, with control specifically organized and handled by a third party.

If the property owners do not stop taking care of the properties as they did before the beginning of the tokenization process, Jointer can give them an opportunity to get back up to 50% of the equity that was initially purchased. This can be a powerful marketing tool that can provide strong leverage to companies that know how to utilize it correctly.

How Is This Possible?

Many have questioned how Jointer is able to offer tokenization for free, and the company seems to have a solid plan of action backing up its current progress into the market. There are many issues that must be dealt with on a fundamental level, such as scaling, performance and security. And it looks like Jointer is on top of all of those with great stability. The company has already made a lot of progress in its field, and it looks like we can expect to see even more in the near future.

But the main reason why they’re able to offer tokenization at such attractive rates seems tied to their profit-splitting scheme. Jointer’s model enables the company to offer their services for relatively little money, and this can subsequently attract some lucrative property deals rather than forcing people to stick to older, less attractive options. This can also benefit the market in general, as it can stimulate the building progress in a specific area, rather than forcing people to work with older buildings that are difficult to market properly.

There are many options available on the financial market right now, and tokenization is being offered by various parties already. But the way Jointer is handling this is rather innovative and has shown great potential for success already. It would be interesting to follow up on the company’s progress into the market and see how well they’re doing a year or two from now. One thing is certain though – those who get in early enough stand to potentially benefit the most from the situation that’s developing right now.

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