STO Development

STO Development

STO Development

STO – Security token offering that make your business more reliable and flexible with its prime attributes. A secure token provides assurance to the investors and assured and back their investments with realizing something. This helps to appeal your business in the market and it gives possession to the investor that finally brings capital to your business. Launching STO will earn more trustworthy investors to your business.

 

Security Tokens are digital securities or digital financial assets that represent the value of tradable assets (securities) such as real estate or gold. A Security Token Offering or STO refers to the process of trading Security Tokens in exchange for funds from investors for a new project or company. Security Tokens must be compliant with federal regulations of specific regions. Owing to the liquidity and features of security tokens, more blockchain startups are now choosing STO to build investors’ trust in their projects. Security Token Offering (STOs) a much hyped business of this year, seems arresting interest of the people in the panorama of Cryptocurrency. It has become so popular that industry experts are seeing this as next market mover, having capability to capture a multi-trillion market.

Types of STO Development



Advanced Features

Equity Token

This gives equal rights to the token holder and company. With this attribute of token, you can execute the distribution of dividends very easily.



Security and Regulation

Reserve asset Tokens

Companies which trade in real-world commodities like Gold, Real Estate etc., can launch an STO through us where the tokens are backed by your reserve of the said assets.



Usability and Configurable

Debt Token

The best way to raise fund which promises payback to its holders, this form of token is indispensable to startups as well as investors equally.

Key Benefits of security Token Offerings

Attracts Global investors

Own Blockchain

Automated Investor Rights

Liquidity

Reduced Cost & Faster Execution

Continuous Market

Fractional Ownership

Democratized Access to Capital Markets