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The Truth About STOs and Liquidity
This article is about liquidity in security token offerings. There’s an idea that security token offerings or STOs are more liquid than...
The SEC's Approach to Post-DAO ICOs
Last Friday, the SEC settled charges against two companies, CarrierEQ Inc. dba Airfox (“Airfox”) and Paragon Coin Inc. (“Paragon”), which...
Raise Money Without Being Forced to Give Information
Under federal securities laws, a company looking to raise money by selling securities must register with the Securities and Exchange...
Reg A+ Part 2 - Understanding the Two Tiers
If you read my last post on Regulation A+ (Reg A+), you know you can use it to raise up to $50 million from anyone regardless of their...
Reg A+: Raise up to $50 Million for Your Company From All Investors - Part 1
If you are planning to sell security tokens or conduct a security token offering (STO) to raise money for your company, you have to...
How to Sell Tokens to Non-Accredited Investors in Your Token Offering (STO or ICO)
If you want non-accredited investors to participate in your ICO or token offering, you are not limited to offering utility tokens that...
Quick Tip: How to Do a SEC Compliant STO? 3 Ways
If you are doing a security token offering or STO, then you are concerned about complying with federal securities laws. This means you...
What is a Security Token Offering or STO? How Do You Structure an STO?
Lately, there has been an increased interest in security token offerings or “STOs” for blockchain startups looking to raise capital. STOs...