US peer-to-peer payments technology company has recently acquired equity crowdfunding firm SeedInvest, allowing the firm to expand its services to digital assets.
Seeking to exempt blockchain tokens from securities laws for some use cases, lawmakers in the U.S. state of Rhode Island have jointly filed house bill 5595 on February 27.
Crypto brokerage platform Voyager is buying wallet startup Ethos.io for approximately $4 million.
Polymath has partnered with Loopring to test peer-to-peer trading of security tokens on a decentralized exchange.
Inveniam Capital Partners (ICP) will tokenize the $65.5 million WeWork building on the Ethereum blockchain.
FinTech enterprise software vendor Symbiont has partnered with security token specialist Templum to build a private blockchain and smart contracts platform on which Templum will be launching its clients’ future security token offerings.
Blockchain startup Band Protocol has secured $3 million in a recent funding round led by venture capital firm Sequoia Capital India.
CoinList, a standalone platform for token offerings first incubated at venture firm AngelList, has announced the first token sale set to be launched on the platform this year.
Securitize, a compliance platform and protocol for digitizing securities, has partnered with blockchain-powered capital markets infrastructure company OTC Exchange Network (OTCXN) to launch DS Protocol, a platform developed to streamline compliance for security tokens.
BTT is up 565 percent since ICO, with a trading price of $0.0000797, according to Coinmarketcap data.
Crypto startup AZTEC has recently proposed a standard interface for fungible tokens that seeks to implement confidential transaction functionalities that would serve as a zero-knowledge equivalent to Ethereum's ERC20 standard.
Almost all of the $11 million worth of allegedly stolen iota tokens by a UK person have been found.
TokenSoft is launching the first cold-storage custody service developed especially for security tokens.
After discovering that some token projects have been violating rules, South Korea has decided not to lift the ban on local initial coin offerings (ICOs).
In the last several months, security tokens have been increasingly dominating headlines, as the new token class is now being hailed as the third wave in the FinTech industry and the next big thing in the blockchain revolution.