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.
Karnika E. Yashwant, crypto expert and ICO advisor, introduces reaction piece to the Forbes’ ICO report that not all ICOs are dead but some with service and utility tokens – or protocol assets not designed for monetary exchange – are showing life.
Daria Generalova, Managing Partner at ICOBox and marketing, PR & communications expert, shares her vision of current ICO and STO landscapes, explaining which funding alternative boasts better potential.
The ICO market has exploded in the last two years attracting an ever-rising number of fraudsters. A SEC official now believes that international cooperation is crucial to bring the scammers to justice.
The new guidelines mandate local companies to register with the FSA before launching their ICO digital tokens in the market.
In its first cases, the SEC has brought violations against Floyd Mayweather Jr. and music producer DJ Khaled involving ICO promotion. The SEC noted that using celebrity endorsers was a crucial part of the ICO issuers’ promotional strategy.
The notorious SEC does not truly kill ICOs in fact, the two regulations issued back in 2015 allowing companies to secure between $1 million and $50 million.
The report goes to show astonishing details of how ICO projects failed drastically failed to meet investors’ expectations and trust.