Monetization


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Monetization

The securitization of the gross revenues of a contract.
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Monetization

1. The determination and execution of plan to make a profit from a good, service, or company.

2. See: Monetize the debt.

3. The liquidation of a position in order to use the cash for some other purpose.
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