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When a new token type is defined, its properties can be tailored to the environment it is going to be used in.
For example, in regulated environments the property
cosigned_by_definer might be useful for compliance and other reasons. This property allows to require that each transaction with the token be cosigned by the issuer (e.g. a financial institution).
Also for regulated environments,
spender_attested property can be set to restrict ownership and
transferrability of the new token only to attested users whose identity
has been verified by a trusted attestor. Attestation can include not just having a verified identity but
also having some other status such as accredited investor, which might be useful for security
token offerings (STOs) and is supported by Obyte ICO platform.
Where privacy matters, one can use
is_private property to make all transfers with the token
private, not visible on the DAG, conveyed only directly peer-to-peer between sender and recipient.
Blackbytes is one such currency which is also widely distributed as it was distributed along with Bytes.
Loyalty point operators might want to set
is_transferrable property to
false (it is
true by default) if the issuer wants to prohibit the transfer of tokens between users, i.e.
disable trading on a secondary market, and only allow them to be redeemed with the issuer.
One can also set more complex conditions for when issue or transfer of tokens is allowed.