Access a new marketplace for digitized commodities

Easily invest in a range of physical commodities, such as palladium and other metals, that have been tokenized on the blockchain. Buy, sell, hold, and redeem these digitized physical assets, or “tokens,” on the platform. The tokens are title with direct ownership to that physical asset.


Immediate ownership to the physical asset through a digital title
Integrated logistics and storage management solutions
Marketplace with trading and instant settlement
Transparency and tracking; know what you own, where it came from, and where it's stored
Unprecedented security and immutable transaction records

Commodities Investing Simplified

Atomyze connects investors directly with the asset owner or inventory holder via a simple user interface to easily buy and sell tokens in a secure and regulated environment. On the platform you can review the tokens available for purchase, manage your holdings, and access the marketplace.


Commodity markets are constrained by antiquated technology and processes. Investing in some commodities can be expensive, impractical, and logistically difficult. Additionally, traditional commodity transactions have high credit risk and require long settlement periods. Existing financial instruments for commodities, such as ETFs and futures, can be expensive to maintain and impractical for obtaining direct ownership. Atomyze will provide investment exposure to previously inaccessible, illiquid commodities without the complications of today’s current alternatives.

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Atomyze launched with asset-backed tokens (ABT℠ABT℠) for
Palladium (PD) and Platinum (PT) and will add assets-backed tokens for Gold (AU), Silver (AG), Nickel
(NI), Copper (CU), and Cobalt (CO), with additional physical asset tokens to follow.

Modernizing Commodities Investing

Our mission is to expand the possibilities of commodities investing using blockchain. Producers, commodity owners, investors, traders, merchant bankers, and commercial users will stay connected in a way that transforms commodities trading. This unique ecosystem will create efficiencies in the marketplace. It will allow participants to invest in manageable notional amounts for their investment profiles and will provide a simple way to enter and exit their investment positions.

The Atomyze platform is underpinned by Hyperledger Fabric, a permissioned blockchain, which is one of the most reliable and secure blockchains in the industry.

Interested in using the Atomyze Platform?
  • Refined metal will be secured in a Tier 1 licensed depository 
  • Independent auditor Withum will regularly inspect and attest to both physical and digital inventories 
  • Tokens can be redeemed for physical delivery at any time 
  • All participants will undergo the Know Your Customer process to gain access to the platform  
  • Atomyze is securing the required regulatory licenses to operate throughout the United States 


Global Palladium Fund

Palladium is a rare metal widely used in manufacturing but with limited investment options for financial professionals. Palladium is an essential component in car manufacturing, to ensure cars meet strict emissions requirements. Palladium is also used frequently for jewelry, oil drilling and exploration, and investment consumption.

Why Palladium?
  • Roughly 6 million ounces per year are mined globally.
  • The automotive industry accounts for 79 to 80% of consumption annually, with the primary use being catalytic converters.
  • The palladium market was undersupplied by roughly one million ounces in 2020.
  • Investors typically account for less that 5% of annual palladium consumption.
  • Investment options are limited to futures markets and select, high-fee, low-liquidity ETF products.


Global Palladium Fund

Platinum is one of the rarest metals. Its unique physical and catalytic properties have established its value in industrial applications. Its precious metal attributes have made it the premier jewelry metal. Platinum is also central to reducing vehicle emissions.

Why Platinum?
  • Occurring at very low concentrations in the Earth’s crust, platinum is 30 times rarer than gold.
  • The rise of electric vehicles further drives demand for platinum. It’s superior catalytic and conductive properties in fuel cells turn hydrogen and air into water producing electricity to power electric cars with zero emissions.
  • Platinum mine production contracted by roughly 1.4 Million ounces or 13% in 2020
  • Despite mine output being over 6 million ounces per year, platinum experienced a supply deficit for the second straight year, with demand outpacing supply by roughly 300K ounces.
  • Investment holdings of platinum have increased significantly in recent years, with ETF holdings increasing by nearly 500,000 ounces in 2020.


Global Palladium Fund

Gold benefits from diverse demands – as a safe-haven asset, as an investment, as an official sector strategic reserve, as jewelry and as an industrial component. Gold is also highly liquid, and historically preserves its value over time.

Why Gold?
  • The top three demand drivers for gold are falling or negative interest rates, weaker USD, and loose US fiscal and monetary policy.
  • Central bank reserves account for 15% of all gold in existence, while 10% is consumed by global ETFs.
  • Gold has daily volumes at $145 billion per day, nearly equaling daily S&P volumes.
  • Gold is often considered by investors to be one of the safest investments of all time, and its price is often inversely correlated to the US Stock Market.
  • The US Federal Reserve holds 6,700 tons of gold in its reserves.


Global Palladium Fund

Silver is malleable, ductile, and is an excellent conductor of electricity, making it ideal for use in industrial and manufacturing. Silver has also been prized for centuries as an investment and store of wealth. Due to its lower value, silver is accessible to a greater number of people who choose to invest in physical silver. With a market capitalization of $1.5 trillion, silver is the second most popular precious metal in the world after gold.

Why Silver?
  • Global silver demand remained high in 2020 at 963.8 million ounces, with roughly 49% of demand coming from the industrial sector.
  • Silver’s industrial end user demand ranges from solar PV, automotive, consumer electronics, power distribution, brazing alloys, photography, to jewelry and silverware manufacturing.
  • Silver is the most electrically conductive element in the world, with all other conductive metals being benchmarked against it.
  • Investment demand in silver grew nearly 50% between 2019 and 2020.
  • With a historically high correlation to price of gold, silver stands to benefit from the same macroeconomic price drivers as gold.


Copper is a malleable and ductile metallic element that is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity as well as being corrosion resistant and antimicrobial. Due to its widespread use in industry, copper is often viewed as being closely connected to global macroeconomic events. Spot copper investment options are very limited.

Why Copper?
  • Refined copper usage in 2020 reached 24.8 million tons. China was also the largest consumer of refined copper in 2020, accounting for nearly half the world’s copper usage.
  • Copper’s major end uses include industrial equipment, building construction, transport, and infrastructure.
  • Electric vehicles contain approximately four times more copper than conventional cars. Copper is used in the batteries, windings and copper rotors of electric motors, as well as wiring, busbars and charging infrastructure.
  • 80% of all copper ever produced world-wide is still in use to this day.
  • The average home contains 180KG of refined copper.


Nickel has outstanding physical and chemical properties, which make it essential in thousands of products. Its biggest use is in alloying, particularly with chromium and other metals to produce stainless and heat-resisting steels. Investment options in spot nickel are very limited.

Why Nickel?
  • Nickel’s name comes from the German word “kupfernickel” which means “Devil’s Copper.”
  • Over 70% of the world’s nickel is consumed by the stainless-steel industry. Other first uses of Nickel include Ni-BASE & Cu-BASE alloys, alloy steels & castings, plating, and batteries. Nickel will play a major role in the electric vehicle and energy storage sectors.
  • Considered as one of the three battery metals (along with cobalt andlithium), the need for the high-purity class-one nickel used in batteries is likely to outpace supply within five years, fueled mainly by rising consumption in the electric vehicle industry.
  • A 2019 Tesla Model-3 contains 75KG of nickel.
  • Nickel consumption contracted slightly to 2.3 million tons in 2020 but is expected to grow 7% in 2021.


Cobalt is commonly mined as a by-product of copper or nickel. It is globally recognized as a critical raw material due to its unique properties including the ability to store energy, high-temperature resilience, hardness, process efficiency and environmental benefits.  Investment options in spot Cobalt are very limited.

Why Cobalt?
  • Cobalt’s end uses range from gas turbines and hard metals to rechargeable batteries and industrial catalysts, which are vital in the development of sustainable energy policies for the future.
  • Considered as one of the three battery metals, there are a wide range of rechargeable batteries that contain cobalt as one of their main components.
  • China is the largest consumer of cobalt in the world, with roughly 80% of all cobalt they consume being used for rechargeable batteries.
  • A man-made isotope of cobalt, cobalt-60, is a widely used cancer treatment. The radiation from this isotope is used to blast cancerous tumors.
  • Cobalt’s 2020 global production was roughly 140,000 tons.