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.
United Overseas Bank (Malaysia) or UOB Malaysia has launched its digital security token, UOB Mighty Secure, to provide customers greater security and convenience for online and mobile banking transactions. Customers can use their smartphones as […]
Crowdfunding is important to any startup to convert into a successful project. But crowdfunding is the best marketing tool that fundraisers can use to easily reach their audiences and explain their ideas to raise fund. […]
French investment banking giant Societe Generale has announced that it has issued the first covered bond as a security token on a public blockchain. Covered bonds are debt securities issued by a financial institution and […]