I wholeheartedly agree that the tokenization of real-world assets is poised to play a pivotal role in the future of the industry. Projects like Zoth, which act as intermediaries connecting asset owners, investors, and institutions while offering highly liquid, structured, and secure credit products, stand to capitalize on this significant opportunity.
However, my primary concern for this project revolves around its primary revenue streams, which rely on asset owners listing their assets on their marketplace and successful asset sales through it. Given that the tokenization of real-world assets is still in its early stages, I wonder if Zoth can attract a sufficient number of listings and facilitate enough sales on their platform to sustain themselves until tokenization gains substantial traction.
If they can weather the initial challenges and successfully expand and develop their marketplace, they should position themselves favourably to reap the rewards that will inevitably follow the substantial influx of capital into the tokenization of real-world assets. Show Less