Whenever the venture capitalists or the public asks how it is possible today for a firm to gather capital for growth and development, the first thing that comes into consideration is an initial public offering (IPO), which is the process that it is popularly regarded as the opening of social capital to the public.
Securitized token offerings (STOs) are the new trend in the cryptocurrency sector being looked at by institutional investors as a feasible way of raising funds. Nevertheless, there are a totally dissimilar piece of regulations in various countries and continents to be put into consideration before rolling out an STO. For instance, the environment for STOs in Europe is more friendly than that in the United States of America under the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Let’s look at an expert guide to roll out a fruitful STO in Europe.
Thailand and ASEAN countries get rid of ICOs to support STOs, which they call a next-gen IPO, because of its decentralised and democratic nature and ability to be legally regulated by the government to protect investors from fraud and make the market transparent and legal. That’s the main idea of the ASEAN Digital Assets Summit 2018, which was held on December 9 in Bangkok, Thailand.