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Putin Issues Cryptocurrency Regulation Adoption Mandate
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Putin Issues Cryptocurrency Regulation Adoption Mandate

Russian President, Vladimir Putin, ordered the government to ratify and enforce federal laws pertaining to cryptocurrency with 1 July 2019 as the deadline; introduced amendments to AML laws
Crypto Exchanges Update: OKEx Amplifies Leverage and Binance 'DEX' Reduces ‘Issue’ and ‘List’ Fees
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Crypto Exchanges Update: OKEx Amplifies Leverage and Binance 'DEX' Reduces ‘Issue’ and ‘List’ Fees

OKEx implemented adjustments to increase leverage on margin trading to 5x on leading trading pairs in its platform. Binance decreased token fees on its decentralized exchange testnet
Electroneum Introduces a Smartphone that Rewards Users with ETN
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Electroneum Introduces a Smartphone that Rewards Users with ETN

The newly launched M1 is Electroneum’s Android-based smartphone that incentivizes users with Electroneum tokens (ETN). ETN can be used to purchase airtime and data, and also for shopping. An M1 costs $80 and is said to be initially available only in South Africa
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‘Facebook is dangerous:’ Senators grill Facebook’s David Marcus over Libra in 2-hour hearing

Facebook's David Marcus faced a cacophony of fear, uncertainty and doubt surrounding the social media giant's plan to launch its digital currency Libra during a Senate hearing Tuesday, following criticisms from a wide range of regulators and lawmakers around the globe.  Ohio U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo set a fiery tone at the beginning of the two-hour hearing, calling Facebook "dangerous" and unworthy of Americans' trust. Indeed, his remarks kicked off the skeptical line of questioning, which focused heavily on Facebook's historical missteps in privacy rather than the specifics of the crypto project itself.  "Facebook has demonstrated scandal after scandal that it doesn't deserve our trust," said Crapo.  "I don't trust Facebook's repeated deceit," U.S. Sen. Martha McSally of Arizona said. "And I am not alone." Marcus stuck to the Facebook talking points, noting once again that Facebook is not the sole member of the so-called Libra Association backing the crypto and that other members — including the likes of PayPal and Visa — would keep the company's power over the network in check.  Ahead of the hearing, he clarified that Facebook has no intention of competing with sovereign currencies, and plans to work with the Federal Reserve to ensure it won’t affect monetary policy. Still, lawmakers said they were unconvinced that this good intention would be enough to deter negative consequences. Senators including Republican John Kennedy expressed concerns about the Association banning individuals who hold certain political views, while N.J. Sen. Bob Menendez showed up to the hearing with a list of reasons why Facebook shouldn't be trusted.  Marcus was brief in his remarks responding to allegations of Facebook's privacy scandals and ties to Russian interference into the 2016 election, noting only that the firm had made mistakes in the past but has since invested in a number of programs to fix those problems.  "It's pretty hard to trust you with a worldwide currency that you are setting up in Switzerland," retorted Senator Crapo. "You're the only one with 2 billion people." Aside from lawmakers' concerns about Facebook's ties to the crypto, senators also had questions about the structure of Libra and the Association backing it.  Senator Mark Warner of Virginia, for instance, asked Marcus whether other wallets built on the Libra blockchain would be interoperable and have equal access to the blockchain as Calibra's wallet. Marcus confirmed that would be the case. Marcus offered minimal details about how the Libra Association would handle conflicts of interest between its members, as well as the emergence of factions.  "It seems possible in any board, in any group of humans, people develop coalitions," said Sen. Tina Smith. "It seems to me there's a big question on how every voice is going to be heard in this incredibly powerful association headquartered in Switzerland. Is this going to be like a corporate board? How will you handle conflicts of interest?" In response, Marcus said the association shared its white paper early on to garner the necessary feedback, and that there was still "a lot of work to do between now and the launch."  Still, some feedback was hopeful amid the caution. U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey advocated for "tremendous benefits" of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. "We should consider the benefits and the risk," he said. "But to announce in advance that we need to strangle the baby in the crib seems premature." In response to prodding by U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, Marcus also said he trusted Libra so much that he would accept 100% of his pay in the yet-to-launch cryptocurrency. The House won’t be left out, with its Libra hearing scheduled for tomorrow, asking Marcus to do it all over again in just 24 hours.
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Virginia, USA-Based Pension Funds Invest in Crypto
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Virginia, USA-Based Pension Funds Invest in Crypto

Morgan Creek Digital, a subsidiary of hedge fund Morgan Creek, racks up $40 mln new venture capital funding anchored by two public pension plans and a university endowment fund, a hospital system, a private foundation, and an insurance company, according to one of the firm’s founders Anthony Pompliano
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The Perfect Time to 'Be Greedy' and Invest (Investment and Partnership Digest, Dec 20 — 26)

Traditional Investors shift to OTC Bitcoin markets, Pantera Capital raises $115M, Peter Thiel backs a $2.1M seed round for Layer1, Medici Ventures acquires shares of Chainstone Labs, Vostok Project secures $120M, Ubique Networks partners with SLT, INCX launches in partnership with Bittrex, Issuance partners with Prime Trust, Coinbase and TokenSoft partner up, TRON Arcade to work with Gumi Cryptos
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What Is the 'Least Speculative Investment' & Who Will Create Standards for the Crypto Industry (Investment and Partnership Digest, Dec 13 — 19)

CONSOB suspends two projects, Kakao invests in Orbs, TokenSoft invests in a SEC-compliant broker-dealer, Weiss Ratings recommends to buy BTC, France wants to invest $569M in blockchain, crypto-focused VCs invest $30M in Good Money, Tim Draper invests $1.25M in OpenNode, Waves partners with TSA, ICON partners with LayerX, BitDeer teams up with BTC.com and AntPool

Tor Project Bitcoin Donation Fund Raises 65% on First Day

The group behind internet privacy project, Tor, has launched a bitcoin donation fund as part of their fight against web censorship and surveillance. Tor Teams Up With Bitpay The web privacy advocates aim to raise $10,000 in a two-week crowdfunding campaign which will go towards the fight against internet censorship. The Tor project enables users to access the internet privately and anonymously while circumventing government censors and firewalls. This is facilitated through the Tor Browser which is a modified version of Firefox that can bypass ISP filters and access an unfettered internet. Crypto twitter personality ‘hodlonaut’ tweeted about the project; I will always remember how @BtcpayServer facilitated the #weareallhodlonaut fundraiser. Now they are powering a super important fundraiser for @torproject If you value privacy and online freedom, please consider donating! I will always remember how @BtcpayServer facilitated the #weareallhodlonaut fundraiser. Now they are powering a super important fundraiser for @torproject If you value privacy and online freedom, please consider donating!#BitcoinForTorhttps://t.co/tW8OGbWhU0 — hodlonaut (@hodlonaut) July 15, 2019 The official website states that funds received from the campaign, go directly to The Tor Project Ledger Nano S wallet, with no fees or intermediaries. There is also a video on the campaign page which explains how Tor works and why it should be used to safeguard users on the internet. The advantage of donating in BTC is that there are no rounded up figures and a few satoshis may be all that one can afford. Additionally, there are no banks or PayPal like intermediaries taking a cut along the way. Over Halfway There On Day One At the time of writing the team was well on the way to their target with $6,500 from just 215 contributors already raised. Two of those had donated over a thousand dollars in bitcoin each. The increased awareness through media exposure should also help the campaign along. There is clear compassion for this project as raising 65% of the target in the first day has demonstrated. A few hours ago BitPay tweeted that over a third of the donations already received have arrived over the Lightning Network. 36% of donation amount via lightning network. Quake sounds played in the crowdfunding is making 10 donations of 5 USD via lightning way more satisfying than making 1 donation of 50 USD. Only possible via lightning! 36% of donation amount via lightning network. Quake sounds played in the crowdfunding is making 10 donations of 5 USD via lightning way more satisfying than making 1 donation of 50 USD. Only possible via lightning! :) — BTCPay Server (@BtcpayServer) July 16, 2019 The group relies completely on donations and is completely non-profit. On its Twitter feed is a pinned tweet stating the project ethos: Freedom is a human right. We realized we needed to up our game to outpace the censors blocking people from enjoying freedom of expression and access to information on the internet. Clearly, the bitcoin community shares that sentiment. Would you contribute towards a free and uncensored internet? Add your comments below. Images courtesy of Twitter @Hodlonaut, @BtcpayServer, Shutterstock  The post Tor Project Bitcoin Donation Fund Raises 65% on First Day appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
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Completed, Ranked, Ordered (Weekly Digest, Feb 25 — Mar 01)

Ethereum Constantinople: completed, Tesla or BTC, China and Coinbase Pro praising Tron, Russia to finally decide on crypto, successful investment rounds despite the crypto winter, Japanese major securities brokerage to pass a review, Swiss bank to provide crypto-related services, Coinomi's pledges of security
MEW Integrates with Bity for Crypto-to-Fiat without KYC
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MEW Integrates with Bity for Crypto-to-Fiat without KYC

Users of newly redesigned MEW V5 can now swap bitcoin or ethereum to Swiss francs or euro, direct from the wallet, through crypto finance platform Bity. The maximum amount for crypto-to-fiat exchange is 5,000 Swiss francs (CHF), approximately $5,000. Know-your-customer verification is not required
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Under Control (Regulatory Digest, Feb 14—20)

Updates on Shift Card, Bank of Lithuania and ETF rules in Indonesia, police to tackle some crimes in Canada India and Turkey, IIT Bombay to join Ripple's UBRI, UAE waste permit portal on blockchain, Germany's interest and Spain's skepticism, Oracle for Czech SDK.finance

Bitcoin (BTC) Cracking As Government Drums For Regulation

Bitcoin (BTC) is down 14.8 percent Steven Mnuchin is calling for cryptocurrency oversight and compliance Eventual regulation of cryptocurrencies in the US, following Steven Mnuchin presser, could have far-reaching consequences on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. In the meantime, BTC is on edge and may slide to $9,500. Bitcoin Price Analysis Fundamentals From launch, Bitcoin is considered a threat to the status quo. However, scrutiny was amplified following the parabolic rise of digital asset prices in Q4 2017 and meltdown of 2018 that highlighted the volatile nature of these emerging assets. Attractive as they are, Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, in general, are appealing to libertarians as well as those seeking refuge from economic turmoil. Even so, President Trump’s comments did spark a debate on the real value proposition of Bitcoin. Claiming that the USD is the most powerful currency in the world, his concerns stem from BTC alleged use as a tool for money laundering. Trump adds that cryptocurrencies are based on “thin air.” Less than 72 hours later, the US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin press conference echoed Trump’s concerns as he explicitly calls for oversight. Terming the rise of cryptocurrencies as a threat to national security, Mnuchin said: “Treasury has been obvious to Facebook, to bitcoin users and other providers of digital financial services that they must implement the same anti-money laundering and countering financing of terrorism, known AMLCFT safeguards as traditional financial institutions.” Candlestick Arrangements At the back of a consolidation, BTC bulls are weak and prices could print lower in days ahead. In line with previous BTC/USD trade plans, sellers are in a pole position and likely to press lower. Note that aside from the double tops of the mid-last week and late June, prices are below June 27 lows. As such, it confirms not only the double bar bear reversal pattern of June 26 and 27 but the correction of June 26 overpricing. Because of this, traders should consider offloading BTC long positions on every pullback in smaller time frames. In that case, the first target will be at $9,500 with possibilities of $7,500 or even $5,500 depending on the level of participation. On the flip side, any rally above $14,000 erasing losses of June 27 will spur gains to $15,000 and $18,000. Technical Indicators With support at $9,500, June 26 anchors this trade plan. Any reaction at this support line accompanied by a spike in trading volumes exceeding 82k would either confirm sellers or catalyze buyers aiming at $14,000. Chart courtesy of Trading View. Image Courtesy of Shutterstock Bitcoin (BTC) Cracking As Government Drums For Regulation was last modified: July 16th, 2019 by Dalmas NgetichThe post Bitcoin (BTC) Cracking As Government Drums For Regulation appeared first on NewsBTC.
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India May Ban Bitcoin And Cryptocurrencies Except ‘Digital Rupee’

India is preparing to do the impossible by banning cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin in any form, a newly leaked document revealed this week. Alleged Draft Law ‘Prohibits’ Bitcoin & Crypto Uploaded to sharing site Scribd by local blockchain and tech lawyer, Varun Sethi, the document allegedly shows the preliminary text of a new law designed to “prohibit the use of cryptocurrency.” The event adds fuel to existing speculation that India’s government and central bank wish to outlaw the use of cryptocurrencies beyond their control. If the document is genuine, it would confirm that any kind of activity involving bitcoin and altcoins will be illegal. “No person shall mine, generate, hold, sell, deal in, issue, transfer dispose of or use cryptocurrency in the territory of India,” one of the statutes reads. Sethi described the document as “the proposed Banning of Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official digital currency bill 2019.”  He noted, The bill is yet to be drafted completely and tabled in the parliament to become an Act with or without modifications Suggested punishments for those who go against the government’s orders include prison sentences of up to ten years. Banning ‘Un-Bannable’ Bitcoin As Bitcoinist reported, India currently sits in a grey area regarding crypto regulation. Since July last year, banks have been prohibited from serving industry businesses such as exchanges, leading to a mass exodus, while others have simply closed down.  In the absence of hard-and-fast laws, some remained hopeful of a positive outcome in the long term, as opponents of the banking ban took the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to court over its decision.  Now, however, India appears set to go even further than China in its anti-crypto stance, while it still remains unclear how authorities would enforce a ban on an entity beyond their control. The issue comes at a poignant time, as the US government itself gets to grips with the realities of decentralized networks.  At a press conference Monday, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin stressed a desire to combat cryptocurrencies’ role in illicit activities, while upholding the words of President Donald Trump, who last week described them as “based on thin air.” Unlike the US but similar to China, however, India plans the release of a digital rupee, something the latest document describes as an “official digital currency.” “…The term Cryptocurrency shall not refer to Digital Rupee, or any foreign digital currency recognized as foreign currency in India,” it states.  No specific date has emerged for when any law regulations will become law. As Bitcoinist previously reported, rumors about a crackdown saw predictable reactions from crypto proponents, including the CEO of major exchange Binance.  “The more it is ‘banned,’ the more people want it,” Changpeng Zhao said late last month. What do you think about India’s reported attempt to ban cryptocurrency? Let us know in the comments below! Images courtesy of Shutterstock The post India May Ban Bitcoin And Cryptocurrencies Except ‘Digital Rupee’ appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
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A Comprehensive List of Dapps Catalogs
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A Comprehensive List of Dapps Catalogs

Probably, this is the most extensive compilation of all dapps aggregators and targeted lists so far
Typical ICO in Q3: a Lone Closed-source dApp Idea With Unknown Founders
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Typical ICO in Q3: a Lone Closed-source dApp Idea With Unknown Founders

On November, 16, ICORating has released its Quarterly Report ICO Market Research Q3. Total sum raised by 597 ICOs is $1,819,585,090 in Q3 (in Q2, 827 projects collected $8,359,976,282). Some more prominent facts:
Why Do We Need to Wrap Bitcoin?
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Why Do We Need to Wrap Bitcoin?

BitGo, Kyber Network, MakerDAO, IDEX and many other crypto companies partnered to create a Bitcoin-backed Ethereum token, Wrapped Bitcoin. This token will represent BTC, 1 token equal to 1 BTC stored in the custody of BitGo. It could be used to trade BTC on DEXes, the whole administration will be via DAO, similar to Maker system
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Top ICOs Raising Funds, Week 51 ’18

Total raised funding amount on Week 51 comes to $61M, which is +64.7% in comparison with the previous Week 50 ($21.5M)
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Top Upcoming and Active ICO Projects, Week 52 ’18

In the below list you'll find some new ICO projects which have to be paid attention to: Arcana, Dataeum. We have also prepared the list of Top ICOs that are active: Eloncity, Javvy, Envoy
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Top ICOs Raising Funds, Week 50 ’18

Total raised funding amount on Week 50 comes to $21.5M, which is -62.2% in comparison with the previous Week 49 ($56.9M)

How to get an STO approved by German regulators – Thought Leaders

After over 130 security token prospectuses were submitted to BaFin, the German regulator, it was the Bitbond STO that was the first to be granted approval. In 2016, Bitbond became the first blockchain business to be regulated as a financial institution in Germany. The next logical step was to crowdfund our growth – compliantly – with a bond issued on blockchain technology. As the first, we had no guidelines to follow, but we learned a lot in the process that followed. Rather than keep these insights to ourselves, we want to share them, in the interests of growing the whole industry and encouraging adoption. What makes an STO an attractive option? The institutional mismanagement of money that triggered 2008’s global financial crisis has had profound effects on investor appetite for alternative products. Crowdfunding and micro-lending have been growing, which has enabled a new frontier: decentralized financial products. Relying on no bank or centralised authority, decentralized finance encompasses cryptocurrencies and blockchain-powered financial products that are decentralized, relying on less middlemen or intermediaries. Security Token Offerings (STOs) – where a company creates a digital asset that represents a tradable stake or asset, which it sells to investors in return for capital – have been a natural progression from the crowdfunding boom launched by Kickstarter in 2009 and crowdlending movement initiated by Topa and LendingClub. The sale of a digitized version of a security, STOs have become an onboarding point for non-crypto investors to learn about digital assets. At the same time STOs are a cheaper, and more efficient tool for businesses to fundraise, with the added benefit of a compliant structure to adhere to. So, what does it take to launch a regulated STO? Step One: Get your business, and your story, in order Obtaining regulatory approval for any financial product is not easy. It shouldn’t be. With emerging technology like an STO, the barriers become even steeper. Before embarking on the road to regulation, you need to clarify your motivations within your business. What makes an STO the most efficient method of fundraising for your goals? How will a diverse pool of international investors offer more value to your business than a smaller pool of sophisticated investors or experienced VCs? For Bitbond, it made sense to launch an STO to the public, as the core product is about creating access to finance for underserved demographics, in a compliant way. Similarly, when Blockstack, a decentralized computing ecosystem, was looking to raise money in a decentralized and accessible way, it made sense for them to make use of the SEC’s crowdfunding regulation, Reg-A+. When a business is built on the idea of decentralization, using a fundraising method that encourages wider participation and access is the logical route to take. Step Two: Talk – and listen – to regulators In Germany, regulators have defined cryptocurrencies and other blockchain-backed tokens as units of account, so they have to be treated as financial instruments. This means any kind of service for third parties in relation to cryptocurrencies or crypto tokens must be authorised by BaFin. Whilst they judge on a case-by-case basis, any token or cryptocurrency project looking to facilitate the issuance, exchange or other services around tokens must make their case to BaFin. When BaFin are presented with a prospectus, they must give feedback within 20 days, which is a short time, even when they are assessing a product they already know. With emerging technologies, a different tactic is needed: the blockchain industry needs to talk to the regulators, not just on the products we’re building, but on the ecosystem at large. In April 2018, Bitbond reached out to BaFin, to present a legal framework of the Bitbond STO. By opening the conversation with something tangible to build from, we could tailor our prospectus around their concerns. Over the next months, we went back and forth with the regulators; much of conversation centred on how blockchain transactions work, what additional risks and opportunities stem from them, the unique features of the Bitbond offering and how the proof of ownership in the security works if there is no central clearing. We took things back to basics, when talking to BaFin to provide a crash course in the fundamentals of blockchain. We answered numerous questions on how the blockchain works, what Ethereum and Stellar are and how transactions work on these protocols. This gave them the language to interrogate our project – and helped us identify the main areas of concern and the risks BaFin wanted to see addressed in a prospectus. By teaching them the context, including the fundamental pillars of blockchain technology, and the way tokens facilitate the use of that technology, we can help regulators make more informed decisions, and ask better questions. Step 3: Prepare a prospectus that addresses concerns and regulations They may bring administrative hassle, but regulators play an important role in the financial ecosystem. They hold businesses like us to account to maintain the stability of the financial system and protect consumers. In Bitbond’s case, the idea for the STO came in February 2018, conversations began with the regulator in April, a prospectus was submitted at the end of October, with approval being granted in January 2019: nearly a year later. This took longer than a standard securities application, but that was because the concept we were presenting was so new – there was nothing the regulators could compare it with. Investing this time was worthwhile, as we now have the first mover advantage with the first regulated STO in Germany. More than that, we have the privilege of paving the way for more German and European businesses to launch compliant STOs. An STO remains a more efficient way of fundraising than going through a private VC fund or accredited investors: there is only one prospectus to prepare, rather than having to tailor many proposals to individual institutions or investment banks. This prospectus must cover all conceivable risk factors that exist for investors. These range from unexpected rises in transaction fees reducing the profitability of the bond, through to the tax risks associated with holding an emerging asset class that is subject to legal changes. Projections must be made, and justified. Assets and liabilities must be declared and broken down in a balance sheet. The target market must be identified, and characterised. An extensive history of the issuer and its business activities must be laid out, in language that the investors will understand. Once all the details have been laid out, there are far fewer intermediaries needed between the business and investors, which makes the raising process significantly leaner, more efficient, and easier to manage. With these future savings, educating the regulators is a worthwhile investment. Conclusion: Education and open-mindedness will improve access to alternative forms of finance It is in the interests of all stakeholders in this space – from regulators to businesses to customers – for emerging technologies to operate within a compliant structure. We have already started working with other companies looking to gain the regulator’s approval and use our technology for the issuance process. As well as a fundraising method, an STO has become a vehicle to teach investors about digital securities. It is exciting that the process of getting approval for a prospectus can become an extension of this educational process, which can act as a catalyst for regulatory engagement. BaFin’s willingness to interact, and learn from the industry is an exciting opportunity for Germany to step up as world leaders of innovative financial services and products. If the industry continues to invest time and resources to educate and work together with regulators, we can create a framework for compliant STOs, which in turn provides a welcoming environment for the next generation of compliant digital securities. The post How to get an STO approved by German regulators – Thought Leaders appeared first on .
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An STO Lifecycle: The Complete List of Milestones

How to issue a digital security, what are the steps: a brief outline of the 12 stages that a company will take to launch an STO complying with all the legal issues
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OTC & Media Activity

Finrazor together with ICORating conducted researches and checked the correlation between OTC and mentions of certain words and the originality of the news
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Security Token Offerings Could Disrupt Venture-Backed Tech Startups Positively

A handful of methods exist for raising capital, from private offerings to semi-public to a full-blown IPO or ICO. Now STOs are on the rise which might just be what tech startups need to revitalize the market
Why Blockchain Technology Is Here To Stay
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Why Blockchain Technology Is Here To Stay

We keep up the tradition of giving the stage to crypto advocates to talk about the cryptoindustry. This time we will review the usefulness of blockchain technology and why it deserves a say in the modern world
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Security Token Offering 101

A Security Token Offering (STO) is a form of raising capital for a startup by distributing tokens to investors. While ICOs mainly deal in utility tokens that grant their holders access to services and products associated with respective blockchains and dapps, security tokens can be thought of as digital documents representing the investor’s rights to equity, a revenue share, debt, etc. STOs provide a better investor protection as they need to be compliant with appropriate regulations

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Is It Enough for Crypto?

Today’s hot threads: possibilities of changes in the value of a crypto due to changes in its ‘supply schedule’, concerns whether Coinbase could be working ‘in the shadow’ and some rumors from Ethereum-community
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