When an ARES token binds to a node, any information that has been hardwired into it can be exchanged with other ARES tokens (other users) registered on the network. Information transacted between users flow through a fully-asynchronous, distributed platform implementing a novel technology developed by Forctis, called ASM (Asymmetric State Machine). It guarantees fast throughput, doing it at scale, and providing high resilience to adversarial noise.
On demand. Submit an application online and undergo a standard KYC (Know Your Customer) check. It is very simple and quick. Once an ARES token is assigned to a user, any real or personal property, wholly or even partially owned (in the latter case, subject to certain restrictions) can be registered on it.
The submission of proof(s) of ownership (that will be encrypted in the token) might be therefore required, including other information to meet legal or regulatory compliance on a case-by-case or jurisdictional basis. Once done, assets in ARES can be transacted, deconstructed or even created from other registered assets in the platform using an intuitive, easy to use dashboard.
GenS, our native stabilized coin, can be also handled by ARES together with other cryptocurrencies, and used as necessary.