Raise Growth Capital and Monetize Your Assets
Ovenue is your bridge to asset-backed financing from alternative funding sources.
Monetized through Ovenue
From Legacy Financing to Ovenue Financing
In the knowledge economy, outdated financing models are giving way to new financing instruments as the ability to quantify present and future value becomes consistently predictable.
In conventional finance, borrowers raise growth capital by either raising dilutive funds against equity or using their assets as collateral for debt financing. Institutional lenders and investors typically only take a senior position in financing transactions, which does not fully satisfy the asset owners’ financing needs. Ovenue’s finance protocol, which enables a wide range of investors to participate alongside institutions, can offer immediate liquidity to close this gap.
Real-world assets are converted by Ovenue technology into asset-backed tokens and listed on your marketplace. These assets can be licensed, sold, collateralized, and financed on your marketplace and the finance protocol powered by Ovenue.
Welcome to Ovenue.
From Tangible and Intangible to Investible
In the Traditional Economy, the market for asset-backed financing is very antiquated and dispersed. Ovenue is making these assets investable.
An End-to-End Platform
Ovenue makes use of blockchain and asset-backed tokens to provide users with proof of their digital ownership. Asset owners can easily access the underlying technology’s power and enjoy all the advantages. That is Ovenue’s strength.
Access Growth Capital
After assets have gone through the Ovenue process, they are prepared to be financed using the finance protocol developed by Ovenue. We are the platform that powers your SaaS solution end-to-end.
Private market financing will continue to drive global growth – and Ovenue will be an enabler
By 2025, global assets under management (AuM) will have increased significantly, surpassing $145 trillion. Private market fundraising has increased by almost 20% yearly, totaling almost $1.2 trillion. More than $3.5 trillion has been deployed by deal makers across various asset classes, which is a record high. Despite the fact that private markets rose to a new record high of $10 trillion in 2021, there is still a sizable financing gap.
Which asset classes can access private market financing?
& Intellectual Property
Trademarks, Brands and Internet Domains
Customer lists, Franchise agreements and construction permits
Patents and Technology
Commercial Real Estate
Distressed Real Estate
Accounts Receivable Financing
Real-world assets are listed and an automated valuation report is issued.
Asset ownership is legalized in a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), and represented by an asset-backed token, which can be traded, licensed or monetized in your Marketplace powered by Ovenue.
Ovenue’s finance protocol powers your fintech applications connecting asset owners to the pools of liquidity and enable staking, borrowing and lending against the assets.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is tokenization?
Tokenization is the process of replacing sensitive data, such as credit card numbers, with unique identification data while retaining all the essential information about the data. Because tokenization is a non-destructive form of obfuscation, data is recoverable via a unique security key.
To help explain this, think of tokenization as a secret code that uses a key to retrieve the coded message. The tokenized version of the credit card number has maintained its last four digits; however, the remaining numbers in the credit card number are random. The token is now safe to store in your database. Anyone who has access to this token alone cannot use it to compromise a credit card account.
To use these tokens to run a credit card transaction, the token must be mapped back to the original credit card number. A secure third party usually does this mapping.
How does asset-backed financing on the blockchain work?
Asset-Backed Tokens (ABT) are tokens that represent investment which are collateralized by a pool of assets, such as intangible assets, real-estate, royalties, or receivables. We call them ‘real-world assets.’
On one side, we have corporations looking to finance their operations, and on the other, we have investors who want to participate in a wide variety of income-generating investments backed by “real-world assets”. Because the underlying real-world assets are often illiquid and hard to be sold on their own, pooling assets together allows the owner of the assets to make illiquid assets marketable to investors.
So the issuer will create a ‘special purpose vehicle’ (SPV) and reside real world assets into this vehicle. On the other side, investors will just purchase financial instruments (right to earn interest or royalty) of this vehicle in a tokenized form.
Usually these instruments are grouped into different tranches with similar characteristics, such as maturity, interest rate etc. This is why we use a hybrid token standard to model these securities on the blockchain. Just about any cash-producing situation or asset can be put into such an SPV.
What are the risks associated with digital assets?
As in traditional finance, management needs to assess and plan the management of risks unique to digital assets which can be pooled together and deposited as collateral. Some of the risks are as follows:
Counterparty risk: Who and how the asset is governed, as ultimately, even in blockchain form, these assets tie back to real world assets that are linked to real world events.
Market risks: The price volatility of the collateral requires regular monitoring.
Technology and smart contract risk: These risks can be mitigated by auditing smart contracts ahead of their deployment.
What is an NFT?
NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, are digital tokens that are being used to uniquely represent ownership of items. They let us tokenize things like intellectual properties, art, collectibles, and even real estate.
Unlike other digital assets, NFTs can only have one official owner at any time. They’re secured with blockchain technology, meaning that no one can modify the record of ownership of an NFT.
Where money is fungible, NFTs, and the items they represent are non-fungible, an economic term used to describe things that can be uniquely identified, such as a song file, or a trademark registration, these things are not interchangeable for other items because they have properties that make them unique.
The ecosystem covers primary and secondary markets.
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