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Access to trillions of dollars worth of income producing assets worldwide through digital tokens

Distributed ledger technology (DLT) enables the replacement of paper shares with digital tokens able to store, send and receive value faster and safer through the internet and in compliance with all the legal regulatory frameworks in all jurisdictions around the world. 



 The business value-add of blockchain will grow to slightly more than $176B by 2025, then exceed $3.1T by 2030  

According to Gartner - Forbes Article

What is Trillion?

Trillion is a distributed ledger technology (DLT) & Blockchain Technology company that improves and optimizes traditional business models in multiple industries by developing and executing  DLT and / or Blockchain strategies for private and public entities.


Blockchain is here. What’s your next move? - PWC

Stable Digital Tokens Globally Compliant

Extensive Assets Due Diligence

Global Asset Tokenization & The Sharing economy evolution

Developing the internet of value

Using distributed ledger technology (DLT) to eliminate bureaucracy and help people to improve their quality of life in a financially sustainable digital ecosystem is our main goal.

The Future of Exchanging Value - Deloitte

Tokenizing Global Opportunities in:

Real Estate

Private Equity

Funds

Growth Stage Companies

Early Stage Companies

Sport Clubs

Art


Advantages

Transparency

Financial Inclusion

No geographic limitations

Faster Transactions

Liquidity

Digital assets custody



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