A first look at the Bytom platform is bound to confuse the beginner; the company speaks for itself as being a medium for the exchange or transference of “byte assets”. But delving further into the wording of the product lines provides a little clarification as to what these byte assets are.
The byte assets are classified as being either of the heterogeneous variety or of the atomic variety. Bytom goes further to identify what the atomic and heterogeneous byte assets are; then, the byte assets are actually financial securities (monetary and digital), or quite simply transferable assets that can be traded, exchanged or even bet on.
So Bytom is a company that provides a blockchain-based solution; there, heterogeneous and atomic byte assets can be traded or exchanged in a transparent setting. Byte assets refer specifically to digital assets while atomic assets refer to the financial assets held in the offline world such as stocks, bonds, warrants, etc.
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