Security Token Show: #31 - Exemptions for Launching a Global STO from the USA


Tune in to this episode of the Security Token Show where Kyle Sonlin and Herwig Konings discuss the latest Security Token News and Insights with this week's focus on global STOs.

This week we’re going to review what exemptions need to be followed in order to launch a global STO from within the US. But before we do, we’re going to kick off the show with our company of the week segment, industry news, STO updates, and market activity review.

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Kyle's Company of the Week: Bank von der Heydt -

Herwig's Company of the Week: BlockFi -

= Market Topics =German Bank to Offer Tokenized Securities Based on Stellar:

BlockFi raises $30 million as it looks to become more than just a lender: Russia’s Central Bank Completes Blockchain Pilot To Issue Tokenized Assets: The Rise of Stablecoins Sees Canadian Stablecorp Jump into the Fray: Circle is seeking a buyer for SeedInvest as it doubles down on its stablecoin ambitions: Smartlands to Revise and Expand Legal Framework, Base Future Projects on Liechtenstein Law:

Israeli exchange’s DLT securities lending platform nears completion:

SPiCE VC partners up with Two Prime: Security Token Efficiency - A design review of ERC-1404 and other security token standards by Tokensoft:

Matthew Le Merle, Co-founder and Managing Partner of Fifth Era and Keiretsu Capital – Interview Series:

= Security Token Offering Topics =Flyt Token Blue Paper:

Bakari Supports the Launch of the First Property-Backed Security Token in Africa:

Overstock Stockholders Approve Path for Company’s Historic Dividend:

January 2020 Market Report Observations:

Case Study: 22X Fund:

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