“Security tokens are now being touted as the future of ownership and the democratization of alternative investment, with the potential to digitize or “tokenize” all types of assets such as debt and equity in private companies, or even physical property like real estate and art.
But the tokenization process of existing assets raises new questions and technical challenges.Critical features such as proof of ownership of the underlying assets and restricted transfers in a global environment are still quite experimental
Critical features such as proof of ownership of the underlying assets and restricted transfers in a global environment are still quite experimental…”
Uzbekistan has legalized crypto exchanges in September 2018, and the same month created a fund, called the Digital Trust, to invest in blockchain-related startups and research and development. Other than being an investment vehicle for […]
Beijing’s Municipal Bureau of Finance chief, Huo Xuewen, has advised projects considering a security token offering as a means of fundraising, stating that security token offering as as a way of fundraising is currently illegal […]
Polymath’s Director of Technology, Adam Dossa (@AdamAID), was recently interviewed and touched upon on security tokens, how he got into crypto, and gave some development updates regarding Polymath. He said that mid-November the community can […]