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Webinar sheds light on Digital Securities Terrain

The regulator’s message is clear: there’s no room for tampering with the regulation when it comes to capital raising, and many companies that invested time and energy on ICOs (Initial Coin Offering) are now facing the consequences.

But that doesn’t mean that the private capital markets are dead when it comes to digital assets, on the contrary. Companies have been tirelessly researching to find an alternative to ICOs that is compliant with regulations.

The private market industry is now being inundated by terms such as Digital Securities, Tokenization, STOs, ICOs. To decide the fate of their business in the digital arena, entrepreneurs need to be on top of the game and know the concepts, the differences, and who are the stakeholders behind every new term.

Having all this in mind we, at KoreConX, put together a Webinar “An Industry Evolving: Digital Securities, Tokenization, STOs, ICOs… What are they? How do they differ? Who’s regulating them?“.

To provide the public with the most up-to-date information about the topic, we invited two experts in the field. Oscar Jofre, CEO and Co-Founder of KoreConX, and Darren Marble, CEO and Founder of Issuance, will discuss the landscape for traded securities utilizing different forms of distributed ledger technology.

The webinar will happen this Wednesday, April 17th, at 11 am EDT.

Click here to register for free.

Click on the link below to watch our previous webinars:
Marketing Your Raise From Traditional Capital to Digital Securities

About the author
Larissa Veloso

Larissa Veloso

Larissa Veloso is a Communications Specialist and enthusiast of technologies such as cryptocurrencies and blockchain. Before moving to Canada and becoming a marketer, Larissa worked for ten years as a journalist in Brazilians newsrooms, writing and editing for websites, radio, magazines, and newspapers. She also won two awards for special stories.

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