DeCurret Plans to Release Commercial Use Cases
DeCurret, operator of tokenized deposit network DCJPY, has announced its plans to release commercial use cases for its platform before the end of 2024 following several successful pilots.
Commercialization Blueprint Outlined in White Paper
The operator shared its plans to release commercial use cases through a white paper, detailing a blueprint for the product’s commercialization. The blockchain-based platform has been experimenting with innovative use cases involving non-fungible tokens, carbon credits, and retail in-store usage.
Partnerships on the Horizon
DeCurret will partner with GMO Aozora Net Bank and Internet Initiative Japan (IIJ) to float digital assets representing values from the Japan Electric Power Exchange (JEPX) in its first real-world use case.
Funding and Experimentation
DeCurret has raised over $62 million in funding for its efforts and has been collaborating with over 100 Japanese entities to explore blockchain-based settlement and tokenization. The project has attracted participation from four of the largest Japanese commercial banks.
Use Cases and Application
The white paper outlines multiple tokenization use cases including securities, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and the metaverse. Additionally, it describes the potential for DCJPY to be used as a digital currency.
Japanese authorities recently lifted the ban on stablecoin issuance, allowing financial institutions to issue stablecoins. DeCurret Director Eijiro Katsu emphasized the potential of transparency, traceability, and instant settlements, indicating that new stablecoin projects may not detract from the value of DCJPY.
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group’s (MUFG) stablecoin issuance platform, Progmat Coin, has recently garnered significant attention, but DeCurret remains confident in its unique value proposition.
### News source: coingeek.com