A Security Token Offering (STO) is different than Initial Coin Offerings (ICO), because the tokens issued by both offerings are quite different from one another. Initial Coin Offering issued tokens don’t provide their owners with special rights, benefits and obligations. Initial Coin Offerings issue Digital Currencies or Cryptocurrencies that provide their owners with access to
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The many recent attempts by projects to raise money with a Security Token Offering (STO) triggered China to remind projects about the legal implications of Security Token Offerings. Huo Xuewen, the chief of Beijning’s Municipal Bureau of Finance has reminded many projects considering doing a Security Token Offering, that it’s still considered an illegal form
CoinSpeaker SEC Chairman: ICOs Are Effective Way of Fundraising Chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Jay Clayton has been recently quite vocal on Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). While speaking at the Consensus Invest Conference, Clayton said: “If you finance a venture with a token offering, you should start with the assumption that
CoinSpeaker Anchoring Crypto: STOs Will Finally Peg Tokens to Calculable Price Points Over the last year or so, blockchain-based efforts at finding backers have rocked the finance world. Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) provided an alternative path for companies to launch their products and services in the blockchain by selling them directly to their ultimate users,