Securitize, a compliance platform and protocol for issuing and managing digital securities on the blockchain has released the new Version 3.0 of their platform. It aims to support organizations wanting to issue Digital Securities, enabling the management of their lifecycle through secondary trading and more. Further, the firm has announced to open source the Digital Securities Protocol (DS Protocol) to boost security token industry.

Securitize’s New Control Panel, Version 3.0

The Control Panel is the center of operations for customers and provides the tools to create a site to onboard and keep in communication intact with investors, track their fundraising process and check holder’s info in real time. Lets take a look at the what the new version has to offer in terms of new features:

  • Multiple Issuance Management: Platform user will now be able to manage multiple Digital Securities Offerings from a single endpoint. Using, Issuer Management Panel, one can access different instances of the platform, manage different token issuance etc.
  • Performance Indicators: New dashboard simplifies the tracking process. It allows to analyze investor registration, fundraising over a period of time, KYC/AML progress etc.
  • Real Time Token Holder Info: Once tokens have been issued, you will have access to all the information about your token-holders with just one click.
  • Investors can now have 2FA authentication, provide bank account info for fiat payouts.

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Open Source DS Protocol

Securitize is proud to announce the release of the Digital Securities Protocol (DS Protocol) interfaces. You can now access the DS protocol  smart contract’s code repository on GitHub here. This code includes the smart contracts defining the main interfaces required by the DS Protocol and ABIs (Application Binary Interfaces) that facilitate interacting with them.

“We decided to open source the DS Protocol only after proving it works in real-world applications with real customers tokenizing multiple securities. The DS Protocol is ready for developers to begin creating innovative applications for digital securities and to join us in shaping the future of capital markets.” Carlos Domingo, CEO & Co-Founder of Securitize.

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