Security Token Offerings, Token Platform Technology, & Secondary Trading Markets

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Security Token Offerings, Token Platform Technology, & Secondary Trading Markets

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3 Key Points
  • Understanding a security token
  • Benefits STOs for real estate
  • Leveraging STOs
 
 
Timestamped Shownotes

03:04 – Jordan Steck of LibertyFund explains what a security token is and its ‘9 commandments’
05:29 – Flexibility of security tokens and regulation of Smart Contracts
07:10 – Transparency of security tokens
11:35 – Adam Carswell of Concordia Realty and LibertyFund introduces Tyler Harttraft of Bull Blockchain Law, LLC
15:12 – What is a digital security?
16:35 – What are the problems with traditional real estate financing?
19:50 – What solutions do digital securities offerings (DSOs) have with blockchain technology?
21:50 – Lifecycle of a DSO
23:58 – Considerations of structuring a DSO for net lease real estate
26:27 – Regulatory considerations of DSOs
29:18 – Who are the involved parties in a DSO and what do they do?
30:53 – Case study of a DSO (real example of business deal for La Estancia)

KYLE SONLIN, CO-HOST OF THE SECURITY TOKEN SHOW

Kyle is an entrepreneur, advisor, and investor who primarily works in the blockchain industry using his knowledge and experience to consult in investments and specialize in merchant banking for Security Token offerings (STOs). Kyle is also a founding partner of Security Token Group, CEO at Security Token Market, a listing website for STOs from all around the world. He also hosts a podcast called the Security Token Show on which he discusses security token news, developments, and innovations.

The Security Token Show is THE PREMIER Security Token podcast. You will get information on news, regulatory announcements and most importantly

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