10 Security Tokens News – Weekly Digest (4 – 10 Feb)

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ICObench Accused of Bad Making up the STO List

Cryptocurrency advisor and blockchain speaker Nick Ayton has called out ICO-rating platform ICObench for improperly vetting a blockchain startup’s security token offering (STO). Source

Philippine Authorities Are Planning New Laws on Security Tokens

According to the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (Ceza), a government regulator, the new regulations cover areas around the acquisition of cryptocurrencies, including utility and security tokens. The aim is to effectively regulate the crypto industry while safeguarding investor interests and promoting innovation, Ceza explained. Source

Krypital Group Aligns with PrimeTrust to Tackle Security Tokens

Earlier today, Krypital Group announced a new strategic partnership with Prime Trust. This partnership will see each company utilize services offered by the other. Source

Harbor announced Harbor Platform 2.0

New Harbor platform provides a customer-branded solution for streamlining fundraising and issuing private equity in a more liquid form, with fine-grained controls over participants. Source

Modulus to Use Securitize to Power Compliant Trades

Modulus, a cryptocurrency exchange developer, has announced its intention to use Securitize, a security token issuance platform. According to the CEO of Modulus Richard Gardener, the new security token issuance platform will have the power to process millions of transactions per second. Source

Swiss Exchange SIX to Conduct Own STO

Swiss exchange SIX plans to launch its new SDX trading platform using blockchain technology to speed up trading in the second half of this year. “We want to start with our own Security Token Offering,” Chairman Romeo Lacher said on Wednesday. Source

DOVU announces Security Token Offering for April 2019 (PRNewsfoto/DOVU)

DOVU Announces Retail Security Token Offering

A crypto-powered rewards platform for smart travel, has today revealed that it will be scheduling a Security Token Offering (STO) in partnership with TokenMarket expected to take place April 2019.  Source

CityBlock Capital selects SharesPost for tokenized security issuance

SharesPost, a provider of liquidity solutions to the private growth asset class, today announced that CityBlock Capital will conduct its initial digital security token sale on the SharesPost platform. CityBlock also selected the SharesPost platform to provide secondary liquidity for its tokens. CityBlock’s digital tokens will represent ownership interests in the fund. Source

Mt Pelerin Raises $2 Million for its Blockchain Based Next Gen Bank Project

Mt Pelerin, a Swiss startup with the ambition to become the first blockchain bank in the world, has successfully closed its first stage of funding with 5% of its tokenized equity sold to the crowd. With this historical accomplishment, Mt Pelerin has shown the existence of a real interest from the public for private equity investment. Source

First Security Tokens Payout by Neufund

Starting tomorrow, investors who participated in Neufund’s public offering will be able to claim their FTH equity tokens and officially become co-owners of our parent company! Soon after that, on February 12–13, the first payout from NEU, worth over a €100k, will be distributed pro rata to all NEU token holders. Source

Hayden P.

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