The rapid growth of Digital Assets presents businesses and individuals with many legal questions. A Digital Asset, i.e., a Security Token, is a tokenized, digital form of a traditional security. Generally, Digital Assets are tokenized representations of some form of economic right, e.g., equity, debt, or dividends.
Considering which jurisdiction to offer a Digital Asset as well as what regulatory registration requirements are needed is essential to any entity looking to offer and/or purchase Digital Assets. Our Attorneys are here to guide you through these complex topics.
- Security Token Offering (“STO”)
- Initial Exchange Offering (“IEO”)
- Decentralized Finance (“DeFi”) Tokenization
- Regulation D, S, CF, and A(+)
- International Offerings, IPOs, SPACs
- SEC, FinCEN, FINRA, CFTF, IRS
- ATS, Broker-Dealer, and Exchange Licensing
- NFTs and Digital Collectables
- Real Estate Company Launched $75 million STO backed by income-producing Real Estate Properties located in the Dominican Republic. With $200 million of assets under management, this offering was one of the first real estate offerings using blockchain technology.
- Tokenization Platform issues $105 million Commercial Real Estate Fund. The fund is available to investors through a STO, where tokens are backed by “cash-flowing” commercial real estate in the United States.
- Hong Kong Private Jet Company launches $50 million STO to allow investors the opportunity to have a digital ownership in certain Company owned business aircrafts and the future profitability of the Company’s fleet of private jets.
- Blockchain gaming Company launches $5 million STO representing equity of the Company owning the online game intellectual property.
- Hong Kong Company launches $30 million STO with the tokens representing fractionalized digital ownership in the Company-owned manufacturing and supply warehouses.