Security Token Race

Security Token Race

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January 29, 2019 by matthewrobinson
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Players and Protocols in the Space Harbor (R-Token) Securitize (DS Protocol) Securrency (CAT-20, CAT-721) Open Finance (S3) tZERO (Token) ETH (ERC-1400) PolyMath (ST20) Swarm (SRC20) GBX (STACS Protocol) NEX Chainstone Labs (OSTK/Medici Investment) PrefLogic (SERC Token) Millbrook Accord Consortium A consortium of influential blockchain industry leaders have announced the launch of a common framework for
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Players and Protocols in the Space

  1. Harbor (R-Token)
  2. Securitize (DS Protocol)
  3. Securrency (CAT-20, CAT-721)
  4. Open Finance (S3)
  5. tZERO (Token)
  6. ETH (ERC-1400)
  7. PolyMath (ST20)
  8. Swarm (SRC20)
  9. GBX (STACS Protocol)
  10. NEX
  11. Chainstone Labs (OSTK/Medici Investment)
  12. PrefLogic (SERC Token)

Millbrook Accord Consortium

A consortium of influential blockchain industry leaders have announced the launch of a common framework for interoperability of security tokens. The Millbrook Accord Consortium effort was announced on December 3, 2018 from the Blockchain South Leadership Summit at the Millbrook Resort in Queenstown, New Zealand. 

Fran Strajnar, CEO and Founder of Techemy, said, “The members of the Millbrook Accord and the BTA have come together due to our shared belief that the security token industry is set to experience an interoperability crisis. Tokens issued by various groups will be incompatible between blockchains, within market participants, including the exchanges that will list them, as well as the custodians and broker dealers who will handle them. The Millbrook Accord is an effort to create an interoperable framework for security tokens, which can be adopted on any smart-contract enabled blockchain and in any country.”

Participants:

tZero

SharesPost

Techemy

GSX (Gibraltar Stock Exchange)

Global Advisors

ERCDEX

NEM

HyperLink Capital

Alchemist Ventures

Bankorus

Blockchain Labs

AnyPay