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Now launching in beta, Tokenomica will be one of the first fully compliant solutions for security token offerings.
As the year draws to a close, the Waves team is thrilled to announce the launch of Tokenomica’s security tokens issuance platform — a fully compliant solution for token offerings on Waves.
2018 has been a mixed year for crypto, with 2017’s hype fading and many critics declaring bitcoin dead. But Waves has continued to build software and new infrastructure, taking the long view and positioning to become one of the foremost blockchain platforms in the world.
As regulators have stepped in and developed more coherent frameworks for digital assets, it has become clear that security tokens are the inevitable future of token offerings. However, given the rapid evolution of the token issuance space, there are few solutions that combine the necessary features of both traditional financial markets and cutting-edge blockchain technology, giving investors confidence and enabling issuers to launch tokens within a compliant framework.
Tokenomica is one of the first ever security tokens issuance platform that offers users not only the technical functionality to create security tokens, but the ability to do so within a framework that guarantees compliance with all applicable regulation and provides direct access to the secondary market.
Built on top of the Waves blockchain and leveraging several of its diverse features, Tokenomica will allow users to select the type of token they want to issue and the relevant jurisdiction for their project. Issuers will receive all the help and support they need from partnering legal services within the wider Waves ecosystem to launch fully compliant security tokens on the Waves platform. Meanwhile Tokenomica’s licensed exchange will list tokens that meet the necessary requirements, enabling trading of security tokens on a compliant secondary market.
Currently in beta, Tokenomica will ...
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