We've got some exciting news to share from the team at Dinari. We're pleased to announce an expansion of Dinari's RWA (Real World Asset) token offerings with 5 new dShare assets on Arbitrum One!
The 5 new dShares that are live as of today are:
Coinbase (COIN.d): A widely recognized cryptocurrency exchange platform that has played a pivotal role in the adoption of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. With the introduction of Coinbase dShares, retail investors in underserved markets can now easily invest in Coinbase, gaining exposure to the world of web3, blockchain, and crypto.
Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A.d): Led by the legendary Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway is known for its enduring and successful long-term investment strategies. Traditionally, investing in Berkshire Hathaway required a substantial upfront investment due to its high share price. However, with Berkshire Hathaway dShares, investors can secure fractional ownership without the need for a hefty half-million-dollar investment.
ARM (ARM.d): A leading British semiconductor and software design company, renowned for licensing its technology to tech giants like Apple and Samsung.
AMD (AMD.d): A notable semiconductor company specializing in CPUs and GPUs for the PC and gaming markets, competing with industry giants like Intel and NVIDIA.
Prologis (PLD.d): A real estate investment trust (REIT) focusing on logistics and industrial properties, with ownership of warehouses and distribution centers.
As always, all dShares are backed 1:1 with the underlying asset. This launch represents a significant milestone in terms of the availability of RWA tokens, and is a step forward in the world of blockchain-based investments. It opens up doors for retail investors to access iconic companies, promotes transparency, and aligns with the vision of making investments more accessible and equitable. We're excited to see how this expansion will provide more opportunities for investors worldwide. To learn more about Dinari's latest offerings, visit the Dinari Trading App.