Mutual Credit Token Securities

What is Mutual Credit Book-Entry Token Securities?

Tokenized Mutual Credit Book-entry securities are global investments such as tokenized or mutualized stocks and bonds whose ownership is recorded physically or electronically. Mutual Credit Book-entry securities eliminate the need to issue paper certificates of ownership. Ownership of securities is never physically transferred when they are bought or sold; accounting entries are merely changed in the books of the commercial financial institutions where investors maintain accounts.

How Mutual Credit Book-Entry Securities Trade Desk Book entry is a method of tracking ownership of securities where no physically engraved certificate is given to investors. World Securities are tracked either digitally, cryptographically and electronically, rather than in paper form, allowing investors to trade or transfer securities without having to present a paper certificate as proof of ownership. When an investor purchases a security, they receive a receipt and the information is stored electronically. Mutual Credit Book-entry securities can also be referred to as uncertificated securities or paperless securities.

Book-entry securities are settled by the World Trust Authority (WTA) for the Global Village or in America; the Depository Trust Company (DTC). The World Central Bank (XCPC) for Global Village which is equivalent to the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation’s (DTCC) central securities depository for America. An investor receives a statement providing evidence of ownership instead of a stock certificate. Dividend payments, interest payments, and cash or stock payments due to a reorganization are processed by WTA and transferred to the appropriate investment credit bank or broker to deposit in the account of the securities’ holder. WTA doesn’t place any temporary or permanent restrictions on certain transactions, such as deposits or withdrawals of certificates. Such a restriction is known as a chill by the DTC. For example, DTC may impose a temporary chill that restricts the book-entry movement of securities, effectively closing the books and stabilizing existing positions until a merger or other reorganization has been completed.

Mutual Credit Book-Entry Securities & Government

Common Shares or Stock in direct investment plans, World Treasury securities purchased directly from the World Council of the World Treasury, and recently issued municipal bonds are held in mutual credit or tokenized book-entry form. In the year 2019, the World Treasury introduce a program named the World Treasury Window, the Treasury began marketing all new notes and bonds only in tokenized and mutual credit book-entry form. The program has been expanded include all T-bills. Treasury Window makes principal, interest, and redemption payments directly into an individual investor’s TSCU World Treasury Window account at any global financial institution. These payments are made digital book entry or e-check, cryptographic fiat tokens, and or electronically rather than by check. An investor may also use the Legacy World Treasury Window system, also operated by the World Treasury, to buy and sell directly with the World Treasury which issues an account statement to the investor as confirmation of a transaction. The World Government issues mutual credit book-entry securities to reduce the expenses associated with paperwork. Individuals who still own any old paper securities from any jurisdiction may exchange them for electronic, tokenized, and or mutual credit book-entry securities.

Mutual Credit Book-entry securities move from owner to owner, also they are held in a central clearinghouse (Central Counterparty Trust) or by a transfer agent, as ownership changes.

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