The startup AmFi, which works with traditional digitized financial assets, is taking Brazilian tokenized debt products to foreign investors through the so-called "lending pools", blockchain structures with pre-standardized smart and legal contracts that enable investments in the digital assets segment.
According to Paulo David, CEO of AmFi, the expectation is to move close to R$500 million this year, with a large part coming from foreign institutional investors, such as family offices, treasuries, and professional asset managers with global reach, among other liquidity "providers".
These are investors familiar with the products and the associated risk, which gain scale . . .
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