Tokens’ real value proposition is in smart contracts themselves, Tokenized CEO James Belding tells Kurt Wuckert Jr.
Patrick Thompson lists the presentations that he's looking forward to the most at the upcoming CoinGeek Conference at Old Billingsgate in London.
James Belding explained how Tokenized can help any individual or large enterprise with their administrative tasks.
James Belding, the CEO of Tokenized, recently made the trek to Toronto for the CoinGeek Toronto Conference 2019.
James Belding assembled a group of four colleagues to create Tokenized, which he believes can become “a sort of a commercial Internet on which all commerce is done.”
CoinGeek’s Becky Liggero spoke to James Belding on the sidelines of the recently held CoinGeek Week Conference about Tokenized, and how the project will bring about a standardized ledger to the world.
As the Internet is for information, so blockchain will be for commerce. That’s the vision of James Belding, whose smart contract protocol, recently won a £5 million CoinGeek competition, and who is featured in the first of a new CoinGeek podcast series.