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Security tokens could be the next big thing in crypto assets

Posted: November 9, 2018 at 2:54 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Aleksander Dyo, President and Co-founder of Token IQ that brings into the blockchain and capital markets, the tokenization of any asset, by converting the rights to an asset into smart and fully compliant digital tokens on the blockchain joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Aleksander Dyo discuss the following:

  1. What is Token IQ, and what type of services does Token IQ provide to businesses looking to enter the blockchain space?
  2. Can you explain how security tokens accelerate the democratization of venture capital?
  3. Why are security tokens important?
  4. How must an entrepreneur distinguish a security tokens offering from a utility tokens offering?
  5. What is your perspective on the current state of the STO market? Where do you see the market going in the next 5 years?

Summary: The future scenario for the ICOs is that more likely than not it will give a way for the STO boom. But the disruptive innovations won’t be done by the industry giants — bold and open-minded tech entrepreneurs will dominate in this field. And you can be one of them!


Aleksander Dyo is a serial entrepreneur, investor and advisory board member in several fin-tech, real estate, entertainment, hospitality companies, SPVs and JVs valued at $200mil+.

He is a Registered Investment Adviser with the SEC with a deep background in marketing, private equity, private placement, capital markets, strategic planning and risk management.

He has more than 15 years in wealth management, insurance based transactions and business consulting; founded and continues to lead multiple financial services “retail” and “wholesale” ventures.

Websitehttps://tokeniq.io


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