20. March 2019BTC$4.015,28 0.58%Facebook Twitter LinkedIn xing mail
The STO-platform Polymath and the provider of digital Fundraising solutions SeriesOne have on 19. March your cooperation announced. Apparently, collaboration is an Integration of the ST-20 tokens in the Fundraising platform from the SeriesOne. The ST-20 tokens from the house of Polymath follows the ERC-1400 Standard, which has, in turn, has the ambition to serve as a cross-industrial blueprint for a Security Token. At the beginning of March Polymath underwent, together with the decentralized Security Token Exchange loop ring – the ST-20 is already a successfully completed Test. The result showed that even on a DEX is a Compliance-enabled Security Token Offering (STO).
SeriesOne relies on the ST-20
With the SeriesOne Polymath was able to awaken, however, the interest of a less decentralized investment platform, the ST-20 tokens. Euphoric Polymath-in-chief No North expresses in the press release:
We are delighted to be the chosen technology standard for the SeriesOne-platform, and once again, we will show how the industry can work together to set a Standard for the creation and management of a successful Security Token Offering (STO).
Michael Mildenberger, CEO, SeriesOne, is hoping that the Integration of the ST-20-Protocol, the "improvement of Fundraising processes," of his platform. His decision to Polymath, he established the trust to have international investors in the STO platform.
investors around the world trust Polymath, which cooperate for our decision, it was crucial,
you can Mildenberger in the press release quote.
SeriesOne is aiming for, however,, to open in the United States, a stock exchange for trading digital Securities. To achieve this goal, the FinTech company with the Bitcoin exchange Bithumb.
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