Browsing the "Tokenized Securities" Tag

Singapore Exchange–Backed iSTOX Raises Series A for Tokenized Securities Trading

| David Pan

The Singapore Exchange-backed security token platform has raised an undisclosed investment from an investment bank based in Thailand.

Harbor Tokenizes Real Estate Funds Worth $100 Million on Ethereum

| Nikhilesh De

Harbor has created tokens on the ethereum blockchain representing the shares of four real estate funds worth $100 million.

tZERO Partners With Media Company to Tokenize Film Financing

| Daniel Kuhn

Overstock’s security token subsidiary tZERO has announced a partnership with media startup BLOQ FLIX to tokenize film financing.


First Tokenized IPO Launches on National Stock Exchange

| Daniel Palmer

The national stock exchange of the Seychelles is today launching the world's first IPO of tokenized shares, utilizing the ethereum blockchain.

National Stock Exchange Becomes World’s First to List a Tokenized Security

| Daniel Palmer

Seychelles' stock exchange has just listed a tokenized security representing its own equity in an apparent world first.

Tokenized Securities Exchange Launches to the Public

| Daniel Palmer

Belarus-based exchange has left beta mode to offer trading and investment in 1,000 tokenized securities.

Gibraltar Stock Exchange Now Allows Listing of Tokenized Securities

| Yogita Khatri

The Gibraltar Stock Exchange is allowing financial firms to list blockchain-based securities on its GSX Global Market platform.

$66 Million Building to Be Tokenized on Ethereum Blockchain in Record Deal

| Nikhilesh De

Inveniam Capital Partners is soon to offer tokenized securities representing $260 million-worth of shares in four properties.

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The Security Token Market Needs Better Lingo

| Andrew Hinkes

“STO” was coined to distinguish a compliant token offering from ICOs, but the term fails to capture all the types of security tokens.

Swiss Stock Exchange SIX Plans Blockchain Platform in H2

| Daniel Palmer

Switzerland's top stock exchange, SIX, aims to roll out a blockchain platform to speed up trading later this year.