Friday , June 18 2021

Securitize security tokens issuers have raised $ 12.75 million in coinbase and blockchain capital support



Securitize, a security token field blockchain-start-up, announced a closed Round A funding round, in which $ 12.75 million was raised, reports CoinDesk was raised.

He was led by Round Blockchain Capital, its founding partner and director, Brad Stevens, also at the Securitize Board of Directors. Coinbase Ventures, venture capital division Ripple (Xpring) and OKEx (OK Blockchain Capital), Global Brain and NXTP have funded the participation.

As the CEO of the CEO of Carlos Domingo says, the funds received will help attract the "competent investors" company to launch the security token proposal. According to him, Securitize wants to transfer securities to today's $ 7 trillion, up to blockchain, this technology can be transparent and alternative to adapt to the audit and allow real-time operations.

"The traditional tokenization of the Securities Industry is already taking place on a global scale. We are planning to capitalize on this new opportunity to expand our development team and extend the geographic coverage of Latin American and Asian and Pacific regions and other parts of the world." – Carlos Domingo was added.

It is realized that Securitize has issued securities, such as securities for companies like 22x, SPiCE VC and Augmate, and a BCAP Security Token for Blockchain Capital. Digital security based project protocols are marketed under the AirSwap and OpenFinance Network exchanges, in accordance with regulatory requirements.

Xpring senior vice president ITen Bird told Ripple interests tokenized securities as well.

"Securitization is a great team based on disclosure of securities markets, with legal, liquid and active trading conditions." – he said.

Remember that in October, Nasdaq operator North American merchandiser had the opportunity to launch a platform for tokens with qualifying features.

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