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Top-7 Important Security Tokens News (Week #15)

Top-7 Important Security Tokens News (Week #15)

We have prepared for you the most important news from the Security Tokens area for the past week (18 - 24 February, 2019). News from Germany, Brazil and Thailand, New STOs launching and even more.

1STOs Will Be Regulated in Thailand

Thailand’s National Legislative Assembly has reportedly approved an amendment to the existing Securities and Exchange Act on February 8th, according to the Bangkok Post. The amended act is expected to go into effect this year according to Tipsuda Thavaramara, Deputy Secretary-General at the SEC. The Director of the Corporate Communication Department at the SEC, Pariya Techamuanvivit, said that once this happens, it will be legal for businesses to launch security token offerings using blockchain technology. View source

2Securitize Partnered with OTCXN to Launch Security Tokens Solution

Securitize, a platform that claims to be focused on facilitating compliant, blockchain technology-based digital securities issuance and liquidity, has allied with the OTCXN, a capital markets trading infrastructure firm powered by distributed ledger technology (DLT), to launch an all-in-one solution targeted at streamlining the issuance and trading of securities token. View source

3BaFin Approved Future BitBond STO

BitBond has recently announced that they have been granted approval by the German regulator, BaFin, to host the first STO under their watch. This announcement has been in the works for a long time, ever since receiving their licence through BaFin in 2016. This fund raising event is being undertaken in an attempt to continue developing at pace, allowing for BitBond to remain leaders in their sector. View source

4Enviromental Platform to Be Tokenized within TokenMarket Platform

Environmental impact platform Almond is working with token issuance and advisory platform TokenMarket to launch a Security Token Offering (STO). Almond is a free app that rewards users for buying responsible brands and helps them understand and reduce their carbon emissions. View source

5First Brazil Based Security Token Offering

In an announcement Thursday, Banco BTG Pactual said it will back its blockchain-based token with distressed Brazilian real estate assets, with the expectation of raising up to $15 million. It will also establish a secondary market following the sale in order to provide liquidity to the tokens. The offering will allow investors to invest in the Brazilian real estate market and, based on the performance of the tied assets, receive periodic profits. View source

6Ocean Startup STO Was Listed on CoinList Platform

CoinList, a platform for security tokens, is offering its first investment of the year. The securities are being issued under Reg D and Reg S. Ocean is described as an ecosystem that “securely exposes data, storage, compute, and algorithms for consumption.” The data feature incorporates a “tokenized service layer.” Ocean is building a “trustful” pairing of data and parties interested in that data. View source

7Ex ICO Gladius Network Escaped Penalty from U.S. SEC

Crypto startup Gladius Network LLC has settled charges of running an unregistered securities offering with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the regulator announced Wednesday. Gladius Network conducted an initial coin offering (ICO) near the end of 2017, raising $12.7 million in the form of nearly 24,000 ETH. In a press release, the SEC explained that this ICO was not registered under federal securities laws, and the ICO itself did not qualify for an exemption from any registration requirements these laws impose. View source

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