Assets under Tokenization: Can Blockchain Technology Improve Post-Trade Processing?

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Assets under Tokenization: Can Blockchain Technology Improve Post-Trade Processing? / Ross, Omry; Jensen, Johannes½.

2019. Paper presented at International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2019, Munich, Germany.

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Ross, O & Jensen, J 2019, 'Assets under Tokenization: Can Blockchain Technology Improve Post-Trade Processing?', Paper presented at International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2019, Munich, Germany, 15/12/2019 - 18/12/2019.

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Ross, O., & Jensen, J. (2019). Assets under Tokenization: Can Blockchain Technology Improve Post-Trade Processing?. Paper presented at International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2019, Munich, Germany.

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Ross O, Jensen J. Assets under Tokenization: Can Blockchain Technology Improve Post-Trade Processing?. 2019. Paper presented at International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2019, Munich, Germany.

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Ross, Omry ; Jensen, Johannes½. / Assets under Tokenization: Can Blockchain Technology Improve Post-Trade Processing?. Paper presented at International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2019, Munich, Germany.

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