If any offering from the blockchain market has been revolutionary, it has been Security Token Offerings. Its predecessor, Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) allowed for promising projects to raise funds by selling native tokens that would hopefully appreciate in value if the project was successful. STO’s go a step further by allowing people to buy tokenized ownership in assets and projects, oftentimes giving them access to investment vehicles they could not buy outright. This has been heavily leveraged by the property market, with various real estate projects being tokenized and sold. Despite this, there are a few underlying issues within the STO market that need to be addressed, mainly the fragmentation of projects. A Divided Market? STO projects are more common these days and while this means that there are more opportunities to buy into, each comes with their own rules and platforms. Oftentimes, users need to sign up on a…

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