MAS expands asset tokenisation initiatives

Central bank publishes white paper on shared ledger system, and expands ‘Project Guardian’

Monetary Authority of Singapore
The Monetary Authority of Singapore
George Johnson

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is stepping up efforts to support asset tokenisation for the financial sector.

It has brought in three global industry associations to its ongoing asset tokenisation project and published a blueprint for developing a “shared ledger infrastructure”, the MAS said in a statement on June 27.

Three financial sector associations have joined an industry working group under Project Guardian, an asset tokenisation initiative launched by the MAS in 2022. They are

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