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Inveniam Capital Partners Experimenting With The Tezos Blockchain

Inveniam Capital Partners (ICP), the company who was looking to tokenize $260 million in infrastructure and real estate on Ethereum is now experimenting with smart contracts on the Tezos blockchain.

Inveniam can be seen to be experimenting with the Tezos blockchain on the Tezos smart contract explorer Better Call Dev, created by prolific Tezos tool builder Baking Bad.

Many contracts with the same name on Ethereum’s Etherscan block explorer are now being experimented on with Tezos.

Recently, Inveniam partnered with Tokeny Solutions in July 2020 – “an industry-leading tokenization platform based in Luxemburg and backed by Euronext”. Inveniam are collaborating with Tokeny Solutions on its inveniam.io platform to deliver data integrity and price discovery.

Daniel Coheur, co founder of Tokeny Solutions stated: “Inveniam’s data integrity and fair market value pricing functionality will enrich Tokeny’s security tokens to facilitate the forthcoming secondary market for real estate assets. The Inveniam.io platform complements ours, making this a synergistic tokenization powerhouse

In 2019, Inveniam also partnered with Vertalo. Vertalo have been utilizing the Tezos blockchain and recently announced that they were looking to tokenize $300 million in real estate in collaboration with Advantage Blockchain and tZero.

Inveniam states on its website that it has 12 transactions tokenized to date representing $102 million in face value, with 5 transactions in process which will represent $233 million in face value.

Inveniam Capital Products Page – The Inveniam.io Platform

It is not yet known whether Inveniam will be tokenizing on Tezos, however, there has been a recent uptick in tokenized assets with contracts already existing on the Ethereum blockchain experimenting with Tezos.

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