Papers & Research

Trusted Tokenization

Author:

  • J. Scott Nelson

Synopsis:

This paper provides an overview of tokenization in the Sweetbridge platform. For information on the tokenization of assets see our paper on Trusted Tokenized Assets. For information on the tokenization of rights see our paper on Trusted Tokenized Rights.

Trusted Tokenized Assets

Author:

  • J. Scott Nelson

Synopsis:

This paper provides an overview of tokenization of assets in the Sweetbridge platform. For general information about what tokenization represents, the opportunities it unlocks and the abilities of the Sweetbridge platform see our paper on Trusted Tokenization. For information on the tokenization of rights see our paper on Trusted Tokenized Rights.

Trusted Tokenized Rights

Author:

  • J. Scott Nelson

Synopsis:

This paper provides an overview of tokenization of assets in the Sweetbridge platform. For general information about what tokenization represents, the opportunities it unlocks and the abilities of the Sweetbridge platform see our paper on Trusted Tokenization. For information on the tokenization of rights see our paper on Trusted Tokenized Rights.

Data Assurance

Author:

  • J. Scott Nelson

Synopsis:

This paper provides an overview of data assurance in the Sweetbridge Synchronized Accounting platform. For information on the tokenization of assets see our paper on Trusted Tokenized Assets.

Financing Logistics Equipment

Author:

  • J. Scott Nelson

Synopsis:

This paper provides an overview of how tokenization of equipment used by logistics service providers can reduce cost for financing of these assets. For information on the tokenization of assets see our paper on Trusted Tokenized Assets.

Financing of Inventory and Raw Material

Author:

  • J. Scott Nelson

Synopsis:

This paper provides an overview of how independently operated warehouses and distribution centers can act as custodians of physical assets enabling them to leverage the Sweetbridge Synchronized Accounting platform to enable customers to access lower cost financing of inventory. For information on the tokenization of assets see our paper on Trusted Tokenized Assets.

Fierce Loyalty Without Liabilities

Author:

  • J. Scott Nelson

Synopsis:

This paper provides an overview of the Sweetbridge loyalty system which is one of the ways to use the Sweetbridge tokenized Right to Lower Cost which is a built-in right on the Sweetbridge Synchronized Accounting platform. For information on the tokenization of rights, see our paper on Trusted Tokenized Rights.

Certified Invoices

Author:

  • J. Scott Nelson

Synopsis:

This paper provides an overview of data assurance in the Sweetbridge Synchronized Accounting platform. For information on the tokenization of assets see our paper on Trusted Tokenized Assets.

Transparent yet Private Digital Currency

Authors:

  • J. Scott Nelson
  • Aleksandr Bulkin
  • Scott Carlson
  • Aaron Stanley

Synopsis:

This paper describes the BRC protocol, a model for implementing, governing, regulating, and accounting for hybrid crypto-virtual currencies that are 100% asset-backed and designed for use in global commercial activity.

Sweetbridge Whitepaper

Authors:

  • J. Scott Nelson
  • David Henderson
  • Glenn Jones
  • Micha Roon
  • Michael Zargham
  • Aleksandr Bulkin
  • Jake Brukhman
  • Kenny Rowe

Synopsis:

This paper describes our blockchain-based protocol stack for global commerce and supply chains.

Sweetbridge Liquidity Protocol

Authors:

  • Dr. Michael Zargham
  • Aleksandr Bulkin
  • Hui Huang
  • J. Scott Nelson

Synopsis:

This paper provides a detailed formal specification for the Sweetbridge Liquidity System, an ecosystem of Ethereum smart contracts and infrastructure services that enable a digital stable-valued currency economics in which the money supply is formed from and supported by deposits of valuable collateral assets. Liquidity generated by this framework is intended to be cheaper and more accessible than traditional bank loans.

Raising Social Capital: Tokenizing a Customer-Driven Business

Authors:

  • Michael Zargham
  • Aleksandr Bulkin
  • J. Scott Nelson

Synopsis:

This paper provides a brief formal specification of the discount token cryptoeconomic framework that was initially proposed by founders of Sweetbridge.