The mind behind TroyMoney, Garett Krause, talked to CoinGeek Backstage about why he chose BSV blockchain and why TroyMoney isn’t 'crypto' and doesn’t trade on exchanges.
New York saw founders and investors gather for the Unbounded Capital Summit on September 21, where they discussed, networked, and divulged on scalable blockchain and products supported by the tech.
Speaking with the 5GOATs podcast, Krause describes TroyMoney's vision as one where users can buy and sell tokenized precious metal assets with high liquidity or use it as daily spending money.
On the latest CoinGeek Roundtable episode, Joshua Henslee talks to Garrett Krause, James Belding, and Eli Afram about tokenizing gold on the BSV blockchain.
The collaboration between WorldVest and Tokenized seeks to breathe new life into tokenized assets, with the project set to be rolled out first in Miami, New York City, and Dubai.
WorldVest initiative marks a significant step towards transforming the global infrastructure around tokenizing real-world assets and financial instruments on the BSV Blockchain.
The TroyGold project is led by Garrett Krause, with the intention to offer investment, ownership and spending via micropayments of vaulted precious metals including gold, silver, platinum, and palladium.
WorldVest and Tokenized's TroyMoney offers investors an alternative for capital preservation through currencies backed by gold and other precious metals minted on the BSV blockchain.