Harbor Launches Tokenized Equity Purchases With Real Estate Offering
Security token startup Harbor is offering its first private placement, allowing investors to buy into a high-rise property.
Harbor's broker-dealer licensing breaks a lengthy standoff between aspiring crypto broker-dealers and the U.S. regulators who approve them.
Harbor has created tokens on the ethereum blockchain representing the shares of four real estate funds worth $100 million.
Security token startup Harbor has been granted a transfer agent license by the SEC, a month after getting the green light from the CFTC.
The Winklevoss-owned cryptocurrency exchange Gemini is applying for a broker-dealer license from FINRA.
Tokenized securities hold promise, but we shouldn't overlook how hard it is to spin up new markets.