Want To Issue a Security Token?

So, you’ve got a terrific project, say a 200-room hotel in Miami Beach. You want to raise funds for a total renovation, which will cost millions. But you don’t have enough cash on hand to cover the costs, at least Read More …

Are Reg D 506c’s/Reg S/Reg A+ successful in raising funds for an ICO?

While most of my competitors say “Reg D/Reg S/Reg A+ are only good for “consumer products”, and have proven unsuccessful for blockchain”. We’d say they are TOTALLY WRONG. You see, my competitors have no clue what they are doing in Read More …

Reg D, Reg S, Reg A+ — Which One to Choose?

I suggest a hybrid approach: -Start with the Reg D and raise up to $2 Million. These will be your traditional investors (VCs, angels etc). You’ll probably have to raise on a Convertible note+Token sale agreement. So, you’ll be giving Read More …

To All STO Issuers in USA Who Want a Successful Fundraise

One of the most effective methods for a successful STO is community building on Telegram, Bitcointalk, Reddit etc. Airdrops are a critical aspect to gaining community and crypto investor momentum. I would go as far as saying that without airdrops Read More …

Running a Compliant ICO in the USA

  We have amazing 80-year-old laws within the USA that enable us to run ICOs in a totally compliant manner (as securities). In this video, I go over the various regulations and go over their pros and cons. Reg D Read More …

Is Regulation Hurting Blockchain Innovation in the U.S.?

I with Silicon Valley entrepreneurs every day. Here’s what I’m finding: ICOs are moving out of the U.S. Forward thinking countries like Malta, Switzerland, Germany, France, Australia, and Japan are creating laws enabling utility tokens to be floated in a Read More …

What’s Involved With Launching Your Token in the US?

Vince talks about how to do an ICO in a compliant manner in USA. He discusses Reg A+, Reg D 506 c, Reg S and Reg CF Security Token Offerings

Can an ICO do token Airdrops to U.S residents?

BrightCOIN’s legal counsel wrote a really good article on the matter. The high-level takeaway is- DO NOT do Airdrops to American residents. Anil Advani from Inventus Law said “Founders, therefore, have to be careful in structuring their Airdrop or free Read More …