Democratise investment
in real assets leveraging
the power of blockchain
and decentralisation

The Company

About Us

Mintingo is a FinTech company, founded in 2021 by entrepreneurs, techies & financial professionals keen to democratize investment in real assets. By using blockchain technology and digital signatures. Mintingo delivers the opportunity to make it faster, cheaper and easier to invest in real assets With Mintingo, private companies and real asset managers have access to an alternative way to raise financing and expanding their investors

Real Asset

Focus On

Real asset investing is ready for disruption

Investing in real asset is inefficient. Publicly listed funds are expensive to setup, and only provide a very wide geographical exposure, often at significant premiums. Private investments are often paper-based, illiquid and require significant minimum ticket. We can revisit how people and institutions invest in real assets and bring real estate investing to the new millenium.

Why real asset tokens?​

Real asset tokens are digital securities, financial instruments represented using blockchain tokens, granting exposure to an underlying real asset or real asset development project. With those tokens we can have all the benefits of digital securities: they are cheap to issue, can be sold directly to investors, and help provide much needed liquidity.

Democratizing real asset ownership

Real assets are the base component of any investment portfolio. Properly leveraged and leased, they are a stable investment vehicle and provide concrete certainty in a world of volatile returns. Real asset tokens grant exposure to the equity component of real estate assets, and can easily issued, distributed and exchanged.

Real Asset

The Future

Investing in real estate:The traditional approach

Traditional direct investment requires a considerable amount of capital, is complex and highly illiquid
High initial capital threshold (often associated with a mortgage)
Long investment life cycle
Complex research
Expensive and recurrent bureaucracy
Risk/return profile hard to manage

Investing in real estate through collective instruments

Over the past few decades several alternatives have emerged to making direct investment, including, Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and Real Estate Investment Funds
Even though these collective instruments reduce the initial capital required and minimize the bureaucracy and management of the investment, yet they have their limitations.

No, or very little, control over the investments: the asset managers make all decisions within the scope of the governing instruments (eg. core, opportunistic, distressed, etc.)

Trust: investors have to trust the asset managers’ expertise and capabilities to manage the portfolio effectively and efficiently

Liquidity and transparency may vary considerably. High management costs

Investing in real estate: The next step

The Blockchain technology, known by many because of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, can also be used to create distributed ledgers where data related to virtually any transaction or operation can be consulted freely ver be manipulated by a central authority.
This creates a completely new level of trust. It is based on the individual’s ability to know and evaluate information without necessarily having to use an intermediary


Benefits for the property market



Lowering time delay to obtain liquidity
Providing homeowners with a new form of equity release
Potential higher returns for all shareholders
Increased value to the homeowners


buyer benefits:

Opening up the property market to new homeowners
Lowering the entry point for investments
Investing in the asset class without downstream obligations or costs


Reduces traditional barriers for investor: from banker to brokers

Accessibility: even small amounts can be invested by buying fractional interests in properties

Diversification: facilitates investment in different geographic areas or expensive properties

Liquidity: Tokens can be freely traded

Choice: you can decide exactly which properties to invest in

Transparency: documentation, processes, and transactions are easily consulted and verifiable

Cost-effective: many of the initial and repetitive costs of operations are eliminated

Efficiency: most of the operations are managed directly on the blockchain


What is securities regulation?

Securities regulation designates the field of law which covers transactions and other dealings with financial securities. Security tokens typically fall under the securities regulation of the country in which the issuing company is based, and in the country where the investor is located. National financial market authorities, such as FINMA in Switzerland, or SEC in the USA, are tasked with the supervision of financial markets participants in order to maintain financial stability and to protect investors.


What are security tokens?

Security tokens are associating financial securities, such as ordinary shares, with a blockchain token. Each token being associated with a public key, whoever owns the corresponding private key is the owner of the financial security. By blending the efficiency of blockchain tokens with the regulatory protection associated with financial securities, security tokens are widely seen as major evolution in the world of finance.



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