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Top-5 Important Security Tokens News (Week #9)

Top-5 Important Security Tokens News (Week #9)

We have prepared for you the most important news from the Security Tokens area for the past week (7 - 13 January, 2019). Expansion of STO's in the Asian region, the first trading in the secondary market, new partnerships and more.

1For the First Time Security Tokens Were Traded on Secondary Market

A regulated alternative trading system (ATS) has facilitated a secondary trade of security tokens on a blockchain in a milestone for the development of this market. SharesPost, a registered broker-dealer, ATS and registered investment advisor, said Wednesday it had executed its first secondary transaction with BCAP tokens issued by Blockchain Capital. The tokens, which run on top of the ethereum blockchain, represent shares in the Blockchain Capital III Digital Liquid Venture Fund. View source

2Platform for Trading Security Tokens - Cezex - to Go to Asian Region

CEZEX, the first licensed overseas virtual currency exchange to launch out of Philippines' Cagayan Economic Zone Authority ("CEZA"), will allow users to trade fiat and crypto currencies, security tokens backed by assets such as stocks, bonds, commodities and real estate, and derivatives including CFD and commodities. View source

3tZERO Has Started the Distribution of its Security Tokens

In a letter sent to investors late Thursday, tZERO CEO Saum Noursalehi outlined the first steps toward taking custody of the tZERO security tokens. TZERO wrapped up the $134 million offering in August, and in October said that it had completed the issuance of the tokens, which were then locked up in a custodial wallet until January 10, as outlined in a press statement at the time. View source

4There Will Be a New EOS-based Protocol for Security Tokens

Developer of trading systems Ed Silantyev has just announced his new project: the Financial Securities Protocol (FSP), the first of its kind on EOS. The purpose driving the creation of FSP is “asset self-sovereignty” by baking in compliance requirements into the asset itself thus making tokenized securities possible on EOS. Coupled with FSP will be the Financial Securities Protocol Proposals: a platform for discussion on improvements to the protocol as made by the community. View source

5Tokeny and Issuance Platforms Will Partner

Tokenization platform operator Tokeny announced on Thursday a partnership with Issuance, a deal marketing platform providing a link to the world of digital securities. The new alliance comes amid growing interest in security tokens, which connect traditional and digital assets. View source

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