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.
Trustology has raised $8 million in a seed investment for technology and services to help private and institutional investors make sure that their digital assets are safe. The money comes from Two Sigma Ventures and […]
Security tokens are being hailed as the sober use-case for blockchain technology, whether or not this be true, what is conclusive is that the number of security token offerings are picking up pace this past […]
Verseon, a California based clinical stage pharma company, is issuing preferred shares. The company is using its own blockchain based subsidiary BlockRules to sell the securities in a security token offering (STO) that seeks to […]