Security Token Offerings (STOs) are arising as the new method of crowdfunding, and they hold a better potential for fundraising, as the tokens investors receive actually represent stakes in the company and its assets. This differs from ICOs, where investors receive tokens that are essentially useless until the project makes good on what it has promised.

Blockchain Infrastructure Firm Blockstream Launches Security Token Platform

Blockstream has announced the launch of its Liquid Securities platform for businesses that want to issue security tokens Go to Source Author: Cointelegraph By Adrian Zmudzinski

Belarussian Exchange to Offer Tokenized Government Bonds

Global exchange website has announced that it will be offering a tokenized form of Belarussian government bonds Go to Source Author: Cointelegraph By Max Boddy

VC Firm Ben Franklin Technology Partners Tokenizes Philadelphia Investment Fund

Ben Franklin Technology Partners will tokenize shares of the Global Opportunity Philadelphia Fund Go to Source Author: Cointelegraph By Ana Alexandre

Russian Mining Giant to Tokenize Palladium

Russian mineral mining giant Nornickel reportedly plans to issue palladium-backed tokens Go to Source Author: Cointelegraph By Ana Alexandre

Insurance Giant AXA XL Launches Security Token and Crowdfunding Insurance Service

The second largest insurer in Europe, AXA XL, has launched a new product covering security token offerings Go to Source Author: Cointelegraph By Ana Alexandre

Germany to Regulate ICOs, Utility Tokens Not Securities Says Finance Ministry

Germany’s Finance Ministry has stated utility tokens do not fall under the Securities Trading Act in a short document amid public consultation on the...

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