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RE: Building an Infrastructure for Security Tokens!

in #bitcoin3 years ago

I really enjoyed reading your post @hatu

Ive been learning a lot about STO lately and Im glad to see that you also believe that this is next big thing in crypto.

The problem STO are facing at the moment is the fact, that all major exchanges do not want to list any token that is considered security token.

I personally believe that Polymath working together with tZero will change the game within less than a year.

I also never heard about Smart Valor. Thank you for bringing it to our attention. I will definetly look into this project. From my understanding they are doing what Polymath is trying to achieve. Great. This is way to go!

Cheers,Piotr

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SMART VALOR intends to have its own exchange, that trumps the problem of not having willing exchanges.
I feel the difference is that SMART VALOR eventually intends to be decentralized.

Also one more question @hatu

What means "willing exchanges" ? I've never heard that expression.

Hi @hatu,

Would you really think that being decentralized as an exchange is a great advantage? Do you think investors really are taking it into consideration? Just curious of your opinion

Yours
Piotr

Just decided to resteem your post and promote it on my little telegram channel.

It's a real great piece of work buddy

Yours
Piotr

Hi @hatu,

Would you really think that being decentralized as an exchange is a great advantage? Do you think investors really are taking it into consideration? Just curious of your opinion

Yours
Piotr

The founding team's goal is to rope out the regulatory concerns while allowing the community to make vote-based decisions.

I don't think a securities platform could be 100% decentralized, but I'm a pro-decentralization as it puts the community in power. The more of it, the merrier I am haha :)

Hi @hatu

to tell you the truth, more I experience the world more Im scare to hear that people want to give power to the community.

Governments are part of a community as well. And we need someone to rule. There is enough places where regular people have to much power and it always attracts greed. And it hardly ever ends up well for anyone.

Humans are not mature enough to hold that much power.

anyway sorry for my little off-topic mumble :)

yours
Piotr

Greatly appreciate that Piotr! :)