Brickken joins Chainlink BUILD Program to drive tokenization acceptance

Brickken joins Chainlink BUILD Program to drive tokenization acceptance

Brickken, a tokenization solution company, recently announced its participation in the Chainlink BUILD program, a Chainlink Labs initiative designed to help both early-stage and established Web3 projects grow by providing them with enhanced access to Chainlink services and technical support.

The Chainlink BUILD program will help Brickken enhance its security and reliability. Asset tokenization relies heavily on secure oracles, particularly for accurate information during token creation, collateral usage, valuation checks, and market transactions. Through its participation in BUILD, Brickken will gain access to secure, reliable, and decentralized data through Chainlink Price Feeds, and automated collateral reserve monitoring for specific token types through Chainlink Proof of Reserve (PoR). PoR offers decentralized verification for tokenized assets, enhancing transparency and security.

Edwin Mata, CEO and Founder of Brickken, expressed his enthusiasm for the collaboration:

“We’re excited to join Chainlink BUILD to gain access to industry-standard oracle services, technical support, and a robust cryptoeconomic model that empowers us to build Brickken’s tokenization services and dApp with greater security assurances. We look forward to continuing our collaboration together and we welcome the passionate Chainlink community into the Brickken ecosystem.”

Brickken aims to standardize the asset tokenization process through a decentralized application (dApp) and provides seamless tokenization services through the Brickken Token Suite — a platform designed to provide businesses with the tools they need to effortlessly create, sell, and manage digital assets[, specifically tailored for the smooth tokenization of real world assets.]

Learn more: CoinTelegraph

    Newsletter | Every weekday

    Smart Central News Weekly Briefing

    Only top industry news of the week in your inbox