The Distributed Ledger System based on DFL technology has the characteristics of consistency, application quarantine, high concurrence, and expandability, including the system main chain and real assets subchains. In order to maximize the privacy of transactions and assets, asset tree can make transaction untraceable through cutting off the correlation between two parties.Technical Impact Whitepaper
The Distributed Ledger System has high consistency, application quarantine and high concurrence, which can be used in asset register, management and transform.
The Machine Supports Assets including Smart Contracts in Online Trading to Improve the Issuer's Control over Assets.
The technique cuts off the transaction correlation and protects privacy of transactions and assets.
It embedded law agreements during issuing to ensure the transactions and assets can be acknowledged by every countries’ law.
ShareChain can affirm, register, transact different types of assets on chain and finish the legal issue of delivery off the Chain.Commercial Whitepaper
The transaction efficiency will be improved after the equity was put on the chain, and the management efficiency of the rights and obligations relationship of the equity representative will be also improved
That use blockchain technology to manage public funds will make information more safe and transparent and make information disclosure more convenient and reliable
The digitization of the bulk spot on the blockchain network will increase the efficiency of transaction , reduce information asymmetry, and will trade off process supervision or other issues
The digitization of real estate on the blockchain network will decrease the real estate investment threshold and improve the liquidity of real estate
As the SharesChain community already knows, we believe that next mega-trend in crypto as the emergence of assets tokens which backed by real assets like cars, houses, equity, LP shares or commodities.
In our previous article titled, “What are Smart Contracts and how can they be used for assets?” we discussed some generic uses for smart contracts, how smart contracts function and ways the general uses can be applied more specifically to assets.
We would like to share the exciting news with you, the SharesChain Pre-sale will commence soon. We will only be accepting ETH during this event and investors will receive SharesChain Tokens, SCTK, in return once the event closes.
SharesChain is a community-owned fundraising network. It acts as a bridge between the real-world Assets (e.g. equity) and the blockchain space. SharesChain allows off-chain companies and other entities to efficiently fundraise capital at a very low cost by tokenizing part or all its assets in the SharesChain ecosystem.
A Smart Contract serves a very similar function as a contract does in the real world. Contracts, in typical cases, involve two or more parties that agree on certain terms, sign the contract, and once these terms have been carried out and both parties are content, the contract is deemed fulfilled. Smart contracts employ the same principle but are able to operate automatically via an algorithm that has the terms of the contract embedded within it. This allows for trust in a space where setting up certain types of deals can be difficult.
A common realization among crypto-enthusiasts when they acquire their first coins or tokens typically slides on a scale of, “Well great, now what will I do with it?” So, this hypothetical enthusiast then progresses up the ladder of online articles to find out ways to exchange these tokens for a fiat currency.
Tokenizing refers to the digitizing of an asset by issuing a digital representation of said asset and placing that on an immutable ledger, the blockchain. Essentially, it is the allowing assets to be transferred into a blockchain and facilitated as a record of their ownership. Aside from some immediate advantages, like eliminating the need for personally storing and trading physical assets, this presents a variety of new possibilities.
A common question we receive is, “What’s the difference between an Asset Token and a Currency Token?” To clear up some jargon right off-the-bat, Asset Tokens, or more accurately, Coins, represent shares, equity, or some other legally grounded asset, which is usually based off a company’s evaluation. Currency Tokens, less accurately referred to as Coins, also go by Gas Tokens, and sometimes Value Tokens, are not based on assets and thus have a value inherent to the mechanism that allows them to be distributed.
Let us say you wanted to sell your house tomorrow, you would likely have to go through a series of agents, bank reps, prospective buyers, etc. This tedious process could take weeks, months, or even years. Well, what if you could speed up that process by uploading your house to the Internet? You obviously won’t be plugging it in through a USB port anytime soon; rather, you could upload the deed as a digital asset powered by a smart contract. In principle, then, you can make your house available to investors around the world. This, and so much more, is the value of Asset Tokens.
SharesChain connects the encrypted economy in the virtual world to the shares of companies in the real world. It innovates technologically and legally, to facilitate a bridge between investors and companies. For a quick and general understanding of the terminology used in this article, you may refer to our short article titled, “The Difference Between Asset Tokens and Currency Tokens.”
There are four main modes of operation when using the SharesChain platform: providing companies and individuals a legal understanding of what is needed in their jurisdiction, access to legal service specialists, smart contracts that obey the law, and investors or collaborators who participate in the exchange of said assets using the SharesChain Token.
It has been nearly two and a half years since the founders of SharesChain got together to discuss this innovative blockchain concept of putting assets on the blockchain. There have been many challenges, but we have been able to keep our eye on the target and surpass them at every turn. The goal of digitizing assets on the blockchain has endowed us with the perseverance needed to push forward.
SharesChain is an advanced blockchain network that allows users to put real assets from their everyday lives into the digital world. There are presently many problems for companies and individuals wishing to digitize their assets in a lawful way. There are also plenty of problems for investors wishing to buy assets, or equity and shares in these companies due to a lack of legal knowledge, legal awareness, and general trust.
SharesChain is the world's first public chain of real assets under the anchor chain, focusing on the registration, management and circulation of assets, providing a brand new international network for the registration and trading of OTC financial assets, connecting the virtual world encryption economy and real A bridge to assets such as equity in the world.
The Assetree structure used by SharesChain is the underlying technology. This is based on DFL technology to build a highly concurrent, scalable, partitioned distributed ledger system, and through the intelligent legal agreement stack to support different types of different legal systems in different regions and other types of equity and other assets on the SharesChain transaction.
SharesChain allows companies in the chain to enter the blockchain ecosystem and tokenize some or all of the company's assets to help companies finance faster, get startups or technology innovations, and stream the company's assets. Provides safe and legal technical tools; on the other hand, the network provides investors in their ecology with access to a variety of excellent investment targets.
SharesChain's token is SharesChain Token, the Chinese name is Stark (SCTK), and the current issue is ERC-20 token. After the ShareChain main online line, it will be replaced by 1:1 ratio.
Stark (SCTK) is now closing its private offering and will soon launch the Bit-z exchange.
The private placement ratio is 1 ETH: 205128 SCTK.
The number of issues issued by Stark (SCTK) is 40% (8 billion) of the total circulation, and the distribution of the remaining Stark (SCTK) is detailed in the white paper.