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Blockstream’s new ‘Bitcoin ICO’ platform is handy – but you still need to know the laws

Blockstream’s new ‘Bitcoin ICO’ platform is handy – but you still need to know the laws

May 15th, 2019|Tags: , , |

On Wednesday May 15, 2019, wrote:
Indeed, while Liquid Securities might help token issuers set the regulatory criteria, a Blockstream spokesperson confirmed to Hard Fork in an email that the platform still requires users to have an intimate knowledge of securities legislation in their respective jurisdictions.

With governments around the world starting to flex their regulatory muscle, security token offerings have often been hailed as a panacea for everything that blighted initial coin offerings.

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