Panel Discussion: Is the Tokenization of Everything Now Possible? (Frankfurt Blockchain School)

Considering recent progress in the area of digital assets, it’s time to ask the Question “Is the Tokenization of Everything now possible?”



Blockchain technology allows us to execute increasingly complex financial transactions without the need for centralized authorities such as banks, clearing houses, escrow providers, etc. Tokenization, the process of converting physical (and non-physical) assets into digital tokens on a blockchain that can be sent, received, and used in smart-contracts, continues to play a big role in this. Tokenization is an important building block in decentralized finance, and while presenting significant challenges is definitely an issue worth addressing. Considering all the progress that has been made in recent years in this field, we think it’s time to ask the Question “Is the Tokenization of Everything Now Possible?” to get a better understanding of what the current status is, and what we can look forward to in the near future. Together with several experts on this topic, and blockchain technology in general, we will be hosting a panel discussion on this topic.

We would also like to elaborate on the following questions:

Is it even useful to Tokenize everything? What is the significance of Tokenization?

Are there any projects working in this area worth keeping an eye on? What developments make them interesting?

What are some of the most significant challenges hindering tokenization of everything?

Are there any developments you are especially excited to see in the near future?

During the online panel, you will also have the opportunity to ask questions directly to the speakers.


Maximilian Bruckner, Frankfurt School Blockchain Center

Sergej Stein, Amazing Blocks AG

Mauro Casellini, Bitcoin Suisse AG

Thomas Duenser, Regierung des Fürstentums Liechtenstein

Andreas Traum, PwC

Thomas Nägele, Nägele Attorneys at Law LLC

The event is finished.


Sep 28 2021


8:30 am - 9:30 am

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