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Proposed Rule Amendment May Shift How the SEC Perceives Security Token Offerings

Businesses seeking to crowdfund via security token offerings (STOs) may soon get some relief from regulatory requirements The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently proposed amending its capital formation rules for early stage startups. If adopted, the rule changes would raise the cap on the amount companies can raise to $75 million from $50 million for Regulation A+ security offerings and to $5 million from $1 million for Regulation CF (crowdfunding) deals. It all stems from the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act of 2012, which allows companies to raise funds from the public without having to register as a…
March 30, 2020
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FinTech is All About the Compliant Tokenization of Securities, Today!

Blockstack recently became one of the first blockchain-based Security Token Offerings under Reg.A+ crowdfunding officially qualified by the SEC. The company is seeking to raise $28 million through tokenization by offering their securities to the public. Many other companies are in the process of doing the same. It’s new, and like everything else that’s new, it gets scary – but scary or not, tokenization is happening, today, and your company better look into it if you don’t want to be left behind by technology as Security Token Offerings begin to go mainstream. Blockchain technology makes the tokenization of formerly illiquid…
August 9, 2019