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.
SPiCE VC, a blockchain technology-powered venture capital startup focused on issuing liquid, regulation-compliant security tokens has announced the listing of its token on the OpenFinance Network, a U.S.-based regulated security token platform and non-U.S. investors […]
The London Stock Exchange Group has invested the unknown amount to acquire a minor equity stake in London-based Fintech startup called Nivaura and led the $20 million dollars ($15 million pounds) funding round followed by […]
STO Global-X has announced the launch of their flagship product – the STO Global Exchange (STGX). This product will be available globally, and will serve as a comprehensive platform, tailored towards the exchange of digital […]