tinlake - bringing individual, non-fungible assets to DeFi

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Open source implementation of Tinlake in Solidity. This repository contains the core contracts of Tinlake. Tinlake is a set of smart contracts that allows companies and individuals to use tokenized non-fungible real-world assets as collateral to obtain liquidity.

https://github.com/centrifuge/tinlake

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