Juan M. Hernandez, CEO of OpenFinance Network, recently took to Medium to articulate how security tokens could legitimately act as a gateway to bring institutional investors into the cryptocurrency sphere. The reason for their current caution, says Hernandez, is due to an unclear regulatory atmosphere, which doesn’t apply to security tokens. The full text here.
Christian Kameir of Sustany Capital writes today for the Forbes: “While some authors define security tokens as “any blockchain-based representation of value that is subject to regulation under security laws,” they fail to address the […]
LXDX, the high-speed cryptocurrency exchange founded by a former SpaceX engineer, has announced that it will issue stock through a security token offering (STO). The tokens of LXDX will represent direct ownership in the exchange, […]
The security token industry is currently wrestling with a unique dilemma over whether it should adapt to the existing infrastructure for securities or create an altogether new framework led by application. The issue has been […]