RWA Tokenization Services

Unveil the power of blockchain with Cyber Bee by tokenizing real-world assets, propelling them into the DeFi ecosystem and unlocking unprecedented liquidity.

What is RWA token and how it works

An asset token represents a tangible or intangible real-world asset on the blockchain. Through tokenization, these assets are divided into smaller digital units on the blockchain, enabling enhanced liquidity, market access, fractional ownership, and increased transparency.

Tokenized Assets Market Growth Forecast

A large chunk of the world’s wealth today is locked in illiquid assets. In a survey conducted in the U.S. in 1997, 56%+ of assets held by taxpayers with a net-worth of between $600,000 and $1 million were illiquid.

Boston Consulting Group analysts expect that by 2030, the market capitalization of RWA will reach $16 trillion. In their opinion, a part of this amount will be invested in DeFi projects of such established ecosystems as Ethereum.

Increased interest in RWA in DeFi

Real World Asset tokenization in DeFi is booming, with Total Value Locked (TVL) increasing almost 6x since April 2023 and now stands at over $6.3 billion, showing increased interest from both institutional and retail investors.

More and more projects are entering the asset tokenization market, providing an innovative way to unlock liquidity and connect traditional finance with decentralized protocols.

Our proved experience in RWA: Polytrade

Polytrade is a cutting-edge, blockchain-based platform that’s transforming the way small and medium-sized businesses manage their finance. By leveraging advanced technology, it facilitates immediate payment against invoices, helping businesses to meet their short-term financial obligations without delay.

Meanwhile, it offers a robust and secure avenue for investors to earn regular interest by funding these immediate payments. Our team has developed smart contracts and a liquidity pool system, thereby automating and securing the process from end to end.

How it works

Imagine John, who runs a furniture manufacturing business and sells his products to IKEA on a three-month credit term. This means that once John ships an order to IKEA, it would take 3 months for him to receive the sale proceeds. During this period, he must cover various costs such as employee salaries, utility bills, and purchasing raw materials. Here, Polytrade steps in, purchasing John's invoice and providing him with an immediate payment of typically 95% of the invoice amount.

Polytrade recoups the full amount from IKEA after three months, with the 5% difference serving as their earnings.

Meanwhile, the platform is funded by investors depositing their crypto assets, providing a win-win situation where SMEs meet their short-term financial needs, and investors receive regular interest on their investments.

How can you get benefits from RWA tokenization?

Schedule a meeting with our CTO. Let Cyber Bee become your trusted technical partner and unlock opportunities for market expansion, increased revenue and liquidity.

What we can tokenize


Real Estate

The global real estate market is valued at over $600 trillion, with a significant portion remaining illiquid or tied up in long-term investments. Tokenizing real estate assets breaks down high-value properties into smaller, more accessible liquid shares. For an investor, this means they can hold a piece of a prime real estate property in New York or a luxurious beachfront villa in Maldives without having to purchase the entire property.

Art & Collectibles

Tokenization makes elite items such as Picasso paintings or vintage cars accessible to many. A $10 million artwork can be owned by 10,000 people, each investing $1,000, ensuring joint ownership. This allows them to receive dividends from exhibition fees and to sell their shares on a secondary exchange at any time.

Investment Funds

Hedge funds have traditionally locked up capital for extended periods, which can lead to liquidity challenges for investors. By tokenizing their portfolio positions, hedge funds can allow investors to purchase tokens that reflect their stake in the fund. This provides investors with the flexibility to liquidate or adjust their positions more swiftly and cost-effectively, bypassing traditional redemption processes and fees.


Imagine a gold reserve that tokenizes its stored gold. Investors can buy tokens representing a specific weight or value of the gold. This not only ensures easier trade and liquidity but also offers a modern approach to owning gold without the need for physical storage or transfer.

Intellectual Property

By tokenizing IP rights, inventors or creators can offer shares of their work to a global investor pool. An artist, for example, can tokenize the rights to their artwork, allowing countless enthusiasts to invest and share future royalties.

Debt Instruments

Traditional debt instruments like bonds or loans often come with lengthy settlement times and high transaction fees. Tokenizing these instruments simplifies the issuance, trade, and settlement processes. An entrepreneur could tokenize their company's bonds, allowing a more diverse range of global investors to participate, increasing liquidity, and making capital access more democratic.

Tokenization benefits


Liquidity Boost

Transform illiquid assets into tradeable tokens, unlocking increased market access
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Fractional Ownership

Divide assets into smaller parts, enabling more people to invest with lower capital
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Global Reach

Access a broader audience by entering the decentralized finance space, irrespective of borders
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Enhanced Transparency

Blockchain ensures every transaction is recorded, fostering trust among investors
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Cost Efficiency

Reduce the middlemen and associated costs in asset trading and management
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Streamlined Transactions

Benefit from quicker settlements and transfers via blockchain's inherent efficiency
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Types of tokens we create


Asset-backed token

Asset-backed tokens represent the value of tangible assets held by a trusted custodian. By purchasing these tokens, investors acquire a share of assets, such as gold or real estate, offering them liquidity and security during trading or redemption.

Utility token

Utility tokens provide investors with access to certain services or products of the platform, acting as "digital coupons." As the platform gains more users and adoption, the demand and value of these tokens may increase, but they do not provide ownership of the platform or asset.

Payment token

Primarily serving as transaction mediums, payment tokens lack an intrinsic utility or asset backing. They act as digital, decentralized alternatives to fiat, facilitating trades on blockchain networks.

Security token

Embodying digital ownership of traditional assets like stocks, security tokens merge blockchain benefits with regulated securities. They offer investors dividends, voting rights, or profit shares in the represented company or project.

Core Technologies


Smart contracts

File Storage


ERC Tokens

Our Execution Process


Initial Consultation

Our journey starts with a comprehensive discussion where we aim to understand your objectives and the asset you're considering for tokenization. This foundational step sets the stage, ensuring we're aligned in terms of vision, goals, and expected outcomes.
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Technical and Legal Framework Setup

With your goals in mind, we draft a technical blueprint for the tokenization process while concurrently navigating the intricate legal landscape. Whether you're aiming for an ICO (Initial Coin Offering) or an STO (Security Token Offering), we guarantee that the proposed token will be compliant with all regulations and that its structure is optimized for both security and functionality.

Token Issuance and Distribution

With the framework in place, we proceed to issue the tokens. Assisting you in the distribution process, we ensure a smooth transition of asset ownership to the digital domain, be it through public offerings or private placements.

Post-Issuance Support and Maintenance

Our engagement doesn't end post-distribution. We offer steadfast support for any technical or regulatory challenges that emerge, and we stand by to aid in the ongoing management of the tokenized security—be it for dividend distributions, token buybacks, or any other operations defined during our initial consultation.
Frequently asked questions

What are the benefits of asset tokenization?

Asset tokenization offers multiple benefits:

  • Liquidity Boost: It transforms traditionally illiquid assets like real estate or art into tradeable tokens, facilitating easier access and sale.
  • Fractional Ownership: Assets are divided into smaller, more accessible units allowing more people to invest with lower capital.
  • Global Reach: Asset tokens can be traded on global platforms, bypassing traditional borders and expanding the potential investor base.
  • Enhanced Transparency: Every transaction is recorded on the blockchain, providing a transparent and immutable history that fosters trust among investors.
  • Cost Efficiency: It often reduces the number of intermediaries and associated costs in asset trading and management.
  • Streamlined Transactions: Blockchain technology ensures quicker settlements and transfers.

How much does it cost to tokenize an asset?

The cost to tokenize an asset generally falls between $25,000 to $110,000. This range accounts for the complexity of the asset, legal requirements, the blockchain platform chosen, and other specifics of the tokenization process. Within this range, expenses can include legal consultation, technical development, compliance checks, marketing, and listing fees on exchanges. However, prices can fluctuate based on various factors, and it's recommended to get a tailored quote from a specialized service provider.

What role do smart contracts play in asset tokenization?

Smart contracts are self-executing contracts with the terms of agreement directly written into code. In asset tokenization, smart contracts automate and ensure the enforcement of specific terms and conditions. They manage the issuance, trade, and, sometimes, the redemption of tokens. Smart contracts also ensure that all transactions are compliant with predefined rules, making the process trustless and reducing the need for intermediaries.

How can asset tokenization be used for fundraising?

Asset tokenization can be used for fundraising by allowing entities to sell fractional ownership of their assets in the form of tokens. For instance, a startup might tokenize a portion of its equity or a real estate developer might tokenize parts of a property project. Investors purchase these tokens, providing upfront capital to the entity. As the project or company prospers, the token's value can increase, offering potential returns to investors. This method can be an alternative to traditional fundraising methods, granting quicker access to global capital.

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