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Tokenized funds are one application that could foster adoption in a big way. The first tokenized crypto index fund was CRYPTO20, which was released in 2017. With no broker fees, exit fees, or minimum investment, the fund reduces barriers to entry, while enabling investors to see the inner workings of the fund through transparent “smart contracts” — or code on the blockchain. The challenges ahead won’t be all sunshine, as regulatory concerns, and waning public interest pose-trivial hurdles.