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NVIDIA tokenized stock FTX is on the rise this week.

The price of NVIDIA tokenized stock FTX has risen by 100.00% in the past 7 days. The price increased by 100.00% in the last 24 hours. In just the past hour, the price grew by 100.00%.


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What is Nvidia Tokenized Stock FTX (NVDA)?

Nvidia Tokenized Stock FTX (NVDA) is a token version of the Nvidia stock allowing users to acquire a piece of the stock using any cryptocurrency or traditional currencies. The tokenized stock is available on FTX, an advanced digital asset trading platform developed for customers with an easy-to-use interface. 

As per its whitepaper, tokenized stocks aim to offer users multiple benefits: 

  1. Easier and cheaper to trade tokenized stocks vs real stocks. 

  2. Unlike the stock market, users trade tokenized stocks 24/7. 

  3. Tokenized stocks are backed 1:1 to traditional stocks, entitling holders to the same economic benefits of owning the underlying stock.

According to its website, with traditional stocks, users find it challenging to acquire stocks of premium companies as the value of the stocks are very high. With tokenized stocks, users receive a small share of the stock at a reasonable value. Tokenized stocks run on blockchain created by taking a traditional stock and creating a representative tokenized version of the stock share. A small portion of one stock is distributing to multiple users. To regulate the trading on FTX, Canco GmbH (FTX Switzerland) is an authorized financial intermediary permitted to offer tokenized products. All FTX users who trade tokenized stocks can also become customers of FTX Switzerland and pass through the KYC and compliance.

The website further says trading tokenized stocks is similar to trading in other markets. Customers trade shares with cryptocurrencies or traditional currencies on the FTX platform. With trading, FTX allows customers to build wealth and grow fundings by lowering the barrier to entry for blue-chip stocks and other traditional securities. The platform aims to disrupt the conventional stock market with tokenized stocks.

History of Nvidia Tokenized Stock FTX

Tokenized Stock trading platform FTX was established in 2019 by MIT graduates Sam Bankman-Fried and Gary Wang. Before founding FTX, Bankman-Fried traded international ETFs at Jane Street Capital, a proprietary trading firm, and founded Alameda Research, a quantitative trading firm. An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is a box of securities that tracks an underlying index. ETFs contain investments such as stocks and bonds.

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