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.
The U.K.’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has set out proposed guidance for how crypto assets should be regulated in the country. In a consultation paper published Wednesday, the watchdog assigns the various crypto tokens into […]
In November 2018, to the excitement of many in the crypto industry, the first ever security token exchange, OpenFinance Network, launched by publicly listing two of the earliest security tokens: Blockchain Capital (BCAP) and SpiceVC. […]
Kriptomat is a regulated platform for users to trade and store cryptocurrencies. Users can pay for goods and services through a variety of peer-to-peer payment systems. Kriptomat has licenses which allow it to provide currency […]