Investment fund tokenization is the practice of dividing financial assets into digital units, or tokens, on a blockchain.
In few steps
An index fund, which tracks a certain market index, could be tokenized to allow easier and broader access to various markets for investors.
A bond fund could be tokenized, allowing more investors to gain exposure to bonds without having to purchase each bond individually.
A venture capital fund could be tokenized, allowing more investors to access investments in startups and other early stage companies.
A fund that invests in physical infrastructure, such as roads or bridges, could be tokenized, allowing more investors to benefit from the returns generated by these investments.
A commodity fund could be tokenized, allowing investors to gain exposure to commodities without having to buy and store the commodities themselves.