The Bank of Russia has announced its registration of Atomyze, a tokenisation service, making it the country’s first registered digital asset management company. The central bank has confirmed that the rules of the company’s information system and the platform’s technical implementation comply with Russian law. The registration allows Atomyze to offer its clients the ability to issue digital financial assets (DFA) on its platform and to tokenise their physical assets. The organisation will also be able to independently carry out exchange operations within its platform. The Bank of Russia has also formulated proposals for improving the regulation of digital financial assets and their taxation.