News expected to welcome more investors and, thus, improve assets’ liquidity through tokenization.
Institutional investors — those managing this capital across the world — are seeking “services that work well with what they’re already doing, that are easy to implement, flexible and upgradeable,” said Butler.
Polygon said it has been working with many of those global players. In January, investment firm Hamilton Lane announced the first of three tokenized funds backed by Polygon, bringing part of its $824 billion in assets under management on-chain. By tokenizing its flagship Equity Opportunities Fund, Hamilton Lane was able to lower the minimum required investment from an average of $5 million to $20,000.
We are excited to share that a portion of our recently closed Equity Opportunities Fund V is now accessible to qualified investors through a new @Securitize feeder fund tokenized on @0xPolygon. Learn more: https://t.co/ZxfaNJwgBx pic.twitter.com/4SOezI2Ma2
— Hamilton Lane (@hamilton_lane) January 31,
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