With this tremendous growth and the widespread availability of crypto technology, STOs may soon be a viable way for most companies to raise revenue. However, some aspects of the STO bear a bit of explaining beforehand.
SEC, for the first time ever, approved a $28 million Reg A+ offering for decentralized Internet company Blockstack. The company will begin selling the SEC-approved tokens, essentially an investment vehicle for fundraising, as of today.
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Crypto industry seems to be undergoing a transformational change with major exchanges adopting Initial Exchange Offering (IEO) programs. KuCoin and Bittrex become the latest to join this bandwagon.
Here comes another alternative of ICO, that is known as Security Token Offering (STO). There are analysts who believe that STOs will eventually replace ICOs. Here’s what makes them think like that.
The Coinone research notes that STOs can open new frontiers with better security over ICOs, and thus help to liquidate other illiquid assets.
Andy Tian, CEO at Asia Innovations Group (AIG) and founder of XPD Media, shares his vision of causes driving the collapse of crypto in 2018, explaining how ICO buzz contributed to the industry’s crash.