Securitize is now an SEC-registered transfer agent, will record transfers for free

Securitize is now an SEC-registered transfer agent, will record transfers for free

Securitize recently announced its success in becoming a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) registered transfer agent. The approval enables the firm to legally track the ownership changes of securities, which typically costs around $150 per transfer. Securitize says it’ll do the transfers for free. [Securitize is a firm that enables the issuance and management of digital securities, including the Curzio Equity Owners (CEO) digital asset.]
tZERO adds Ravencoin to supported cryptocurrencies

tZERO adds Ravencoin to supported cryptocurrencies

Ravencoin will be joining Bitcoin and Ethereum among the cryptocurrencies supported by the tZERO cryptocurrency wallet and trading app. The app was launched in June and allows users to buy, sell, and hold crypto assets. Ravencoin is an open source cryptocurrency aiming to enable instant payments, build and support security tokens, gift cards, fiat currency, and more.
World Bank raises $33.8 million via tokenized bonds

World Bank raises $33.8 million via tokenized bonds

The World Bank recently completed the second round of its blockchain-based crowdfunding campaign, securing $33.8 million from a variety of investors. The news showcases the rising involvement of major financial institutions in the space. World Bank funding head Andrea Dore praised the innovative atmosphere surrounding the project… and stressed the importance of creating sustainable development goals in the sector.

Looking for More Info on Web 3.0, NFTs, Metaverse, and Crypto Trends?

Your information is 100% secure. We'll never sell or share your email,
and you can opt-out at any time. Privacy policy

Not your granddad’s dividend

With a groundbreaking digital dividend, blockchain trailblazer is driving existing shareholders to its new trading platform… offering individual investors revolutionary opportunities over a blockchain-based systems.

Binance US considers listing 30 cryptocurrencies, including BNB

Binance US is proceeding rapidly in its efforts to launch a cryptocurrency exchange in the U.S. The exchange is currently evaluating 30 potential coins to be listed on its U.S.-based platform, including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and stablecoins like USDC and PAX, as well as Binance’s own token BNB. The official public launch date for the U.S. platform is yet to be decided.

tZERO to open security token market to retail traders next week

On August 12, Overstock opened up trading on its security token market tZERO to retail investors. While the platform went live in January, only accredited investors have been allowed to trade on it until now… But the one year lock-up period for its 2018 STO has passed. To boost trading activity on tZERO, Overstock announced a plan to issue digital shares as a form of dividend to all its shareholders.

Tokenized share exchange MERJ lists its own security token

MERJ is a recently launched exchange, clearing agency, and registry in full compliance with the Seychelles Financial Services Authority. It announced the official listing of its own tokenized security… and is in discussion with several companies planning to list their tokenized shares on its exchange.

Facebook’s Libra: It’s not the “crypto” that’s the issue, it’s the organization behind it

Libra is being hyped as “Facebook’s bitcoin,” but it’s really a proposal for a global payments system controlled by a small and exclusive club of private firms. Politicians and regulators have attacked Libra, citing concerns about it being a cryptocurrency… But it’s essentially a prepaid digital token, “minted” when people put up state-issued currencies to buy it.