Blockchain firm Fundament has landed a German investor with $7.35 billion of real estate projects to jumpstart its asset tokenization business. The company is the first firm to receive Germany's approval to issue regulated tokenized real estate-backed bonds.
German property developer Bauwens is making a long-term bet on the future of tokenized real estate investments... The company has acquired 15% of a regulated crypto property platform built on Ethereum. It hopes to open the German property market to investors from around the world.
Saum Noursalehi is the CEO of tZERO, a security token exchange which has the potential to disrupt the entire digital securities space. Prior to this position, Saum was President of Overstock, one of the first Fortune 500 companies to accept bitcoin.
Last week, the security token industry’s leading legal and regulatory minds convened in New York City to discuss the future of digital asset and security token regulations. The event covered topics like regulatory clarity, working with the SEC, and the future of tokenization...
Investors grow weary of IPO red tape, expensive fees, drawn-out timelines, and outright scams. STOs deliver the same investor benefits and security while offering real and intrinsic value.
Venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz is opening a school for startups that want to develop crypto-related projects. The firm said it intends to “encourage more tech entrepreneurs to start crypto projects and help crypto-curious builders navigate the idea maze.”
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IKEA Iceland has taken part in a commercial transaction on ethereum, using smart contracts and licensed e-money to settle an order. IKEA partnered with Tradeshift and Monerium to carry out the transaction. Monerium and Tradeshift suggested the “world’s first” transaction shows that “government-regulated, programmable e-money is ready for mainstream markets.”
Japan is trying to catch up to the rest of East Asia and plans to allow security token offerings (STOs)...
Spencer Dinwiddie, All-Star point guard for the Brooklyn Nets, is trying to tokenize a portion of his $34 million NBA contract “to offset a coming market crash.” Whether Dinwiddie is successful remains to be determined. But it illustrates that tokenization is tearing down barriers… and opening up countless opportunities...
Steve Rosamilia, founder and CEO of IMEX USA, joins Frank to discuss a security token offering (STO) with a special mission: to serve the two billion people around the globe who don’t have access to banking services.
Venture capital firm 1confirmation is announcing a new $45 million fund for investing in cryptocurrency startups. 1confirmation has invested in a wide array of new companies in the industry, including both startup equity and cryptocurrency tokens. This larger fund will allow the company to write larger checks while remaining close to pioneers in the space.