tZERO ATS Partners with Commercial Real Estate Issuance Platform Earn.re
Partnership Connects tZERO ATS to Potential Issuers on Earn.re’s Tokenization & Issuance Platform
tZERO, a leader in blockchain innovation and liquidity for digital assets, announced that its subsidiary, tZERO ATS, a FINRA member broker-dealer that operates an alternative trading system (ATS), has partnered with Earn.re (Earn), a commercial real estate tokenization and finance platform. This partnership will enable Earn’s network of U.S.-based commercial property issuers to elect to provide secondary liquidity for their digital securities on tZERO ATS. This is subject to tZERO ATS’s due diligence of the individual securities, applicable regulatory requirements, and any required technology integrations.
tZERO CEO Saum Noursalehi stated, “We are excited about our partnership with Earn. This alliance will increase tZERO’s exposure to forward-thinking commercial property issuers of digital securities that are seeking an innovative, liquidity solution.”
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Earn provides enterprise software applications used for issuing and servicing digital securities backed by commercial real estate. Digital securities offer issuers exposure to a global community of investors while providing stakeholders with enhanced safety, transparency, liquidity, and control.
Earn CEO Aaron Lohmann said, “Earn is committed to ongoing technology and systems development, and ensuring our users have access to the latest tools available to enhance their real estate financing and investment activities. We believe digital securities are the future of the industry and are excited to partner with tZERO ATS, the leading venue for secondary liquidity in the industry.”
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tZERO is a technology firm with the goal of democratizing access to private capital markets. tZERO is a subsidiary of Medici Ventures, the blockchain-focused, wholly owned subsidiary of Overstock.com, Inc.
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