Polychain Capital has so far said that it will partner with China Merchants Bank International (CMBI) to contribute $5.7 million to the token sale Nervos Network scheduled to kick off on October 16.
In a global first move, six Japanese securities firms join hands to create a self-regulating “Japan Security Token Association” which will bring Securities Token Offerings (STOs) to the centerstage.
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.
Security Token Offerings were believed by many to be supposed messiah for the Crypto space and the harbinger of adoption in traditional finance outlets. They were the next revolutionary step in Blockchain-based fundraising, and who could blame them?
Is Venture Capital in crypto still a thing? With the obvious benefits, what token offerings bring to the table for both subscribers to token offerings and token issuers?
In this article, you’ll find out how to minimize your overall portfolio risk with a hedge against the stock and cryptocurrency market using innovative implementation of blockchain tech.
In this guest post, you’ll find clarification of some of the most widespread delusions about security tokens shedding light on some of its actual characteristics.
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.