Cryptocurrency exchange, LXDX, has announced that is plans to issue stock through a security token offering. Read more on this news at TokenMarket.
Cryptocurrency can be a confusing place. We break down the differences between utility and security tokens in this easy to understand guide.
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has revealed that it has set a €1.1m budget to monitor cryptocurrency and fintech businesses in 2019.
Stablecoins have seen an increased demand since the beginning of the year and have been doing so since 2017. We take a look at the changes needed for the coins to be made more viable.
Venezuela's state-backed cryptocurrency, Petro, is set to go on public sale on November 5th 2018.
TokenMarket would like to invite all blockchain, fintech, cryptocurrency enthusiasts and professionals to join us for complimentary drinks, food and discussion around how Security Tokens can help revolutionise the crowdfunding space and how does this differ from the rise in ICOs.
TokenMarket, Gibraltar and London based token sale advisory firm, is pleased to announce the launch of its new Security Token Offering (STO) service.
Peer Mountain, the self-sovereign identity platform designed to make peer-to-peer transactions simpler, announces it has opened its whitelist for user to be pre-approved for the upcoming PMTN token sale, due to high public interest of the project.
The team of Fetch.AI, Machine Learning and blockchain developers today announce their intention to hold an ICO during the second half of 2018 and opens the whitelisting process for the ICO.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) earlier last week announced TokenMarket has joined cohort four of the regulatory sandbox. This inclusion will allow TokenMarket to develop, test and measure the use case functionality of tokenising equity crowdfunding.
With Asia becoming one of the fastest and more open markets for ICO projects and the cryptocurrency industry, TokenMarket is excited to be partnering with Tokenomy to expand its ventures in Asia.
In a recent OmiseGO AMA session, Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin announced that soon the Ethereum network would be able to process one million transactions per second, with Sharding and Plasma technology playing a vital role.