The Unibright-HTS integration will help bootstrap liquidity for token issuers, while providing the regulatory and compliance solutions market participants need to effectively engage in the tokenization process.
United States, Feb 10, 2021 /AlexaBlockchain/ – Unibright, the enterprise blockchain business integrator, has announced its plans to integrate its Unibright Freequity Platform with the newly launched Hedera Tokenization Service (HTS) to scale asset tokenization and drive enterprise adoption of decentralized finance (DeFi).
Unibright now can offer a fully integrated market infrastructure to all token issuers and enterprises, leveraging HTS as well. Unibright Freequity is a blockchain agnostic, low-code DeFi platform, and bundles issuance, regulatory compliant tools and guaranteed liquidity to provide a full 360 degrees market integration. The Unibright-HTS integration will help bootstrap liquidity for token issuers, while providing the regulatory and compliance solutions market participants need to effectively engage in the tokenization process.
Stefan Schmidt, Chief Technology Officer at Unibright, said:
“At Unibright we constantly strive to integrate those technologies, platforms and distributed ledger technologies (DLTs) that match our business needs and objectives. The Hedera Token Service (HTS) adds perfectly to Unibright Freequity and delivers most advanced tokenization at scale, low cost, with instant finality. The ability for HTS to leverage existing network primitives was a major appeal in deciding to integrate Unibright Freequity with Hedera.”
The new Hedera Token Service (HTS) provides the ability to issue tokens on a globally distributed public network without compromising performance, security, or stability. This allows users to leverage the existing network primitives, along with configurable compliance, and low predictable fees. In addition, developers can rely on a robust set of APIs for the configuration, minting, and management of tokens on Hedera, without needing to set up and deploy a smart contract.
Unibright plays a major role in developing the Baseline Protocol, with the Unibright Framework being “baseline ready” to support visual smart contract modelling, generation, connection and monitoring of baselined processes. Multiple companies use the Unibright Framework technology as part of the Provide Stack to digitally manage purchase orders and volume discount agreements across SAP and Microsoft D365 systems.
Mance Harmon, CEO and Co-Founder of Hedera Hashgraph, said:
“We are delighted to be working with the team at Unibright to build a fully integrated token marketplace to drive the future of Enterprise DeFi. With full market integration, the value of tokenization can be realised far beyond financial instruments to include a broad set of data assets. That’s why we’re excited to help Unibright integrate its processes to help organizations take full advantage of token issuing, trading, liquidity, derived financial instruments, big data and custodian services.”