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February 04, 2018, 01:30:13 AM
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We have been doing our research on where to Incorporate?
checking whether our token meet the howey test elements.

Can the veterans please guide us navigate this by pointing out to good information which we can use to educate ourself and then use an attorney?

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February 05, 2018, 12:23:58 PM
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Merritos: it all depends on where you live and your nationality, for example a UK national could become non-dom (non domiciled) and pay local takes where they live. It will differ by country. One way is to form an offshore company and have an offshore bank account. message me and i will send you some links to usefull sites

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February 05, 2018, 03:00:11 PM
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Malta, Cyprus or the Cayman Islands.

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February 05, 2018, 09:52:54 PM
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We have been doing our research on where to Incorporate?
checking whether our token meet the howey test elements.

Can the veterans please guide us navigate this by pointing out to good information which we can use to educate ourself and then use an attorney?

Thanks
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Are you looking for the USA only? As you mention the howey test. It depends if it's an "Investment Tokens" or "Product-Use Tokens".  

Otherwise, I suppose you can do it in Estonia if you're looking for a country in Europe. The country itself created its own ICO (Estcoin or something like that) The country is friendly when it's about a legal corporation and it's easy as everything can be done in English there.
A resident doesn't even need to speak  Estonian.When you have a question or problem, you can send an email in English and they reply back in 24 hours lol.
You don't need to visit the country, you can apply online for the e-residency and do everything you want online

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February 09, 2018, 07:43:58 AM
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If you're a US company, Delaware or Nevada have pretty good infrastructure.  And, if you're really a US company, you're better off forming a corporation here than hiding one offshore.  The required reporting (particularly of bank accounts) will take away the benefit of off shoring.
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February 09, 2018, 11:31:35 AM
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Are you looking for the USA only? As you mention the howey test. It depends if it's an "Investment Tokens" or "Product-Use Tokens".  

Otherwise, I suppose you can do it in Estonia if you're looking for a country in Europe. The country itself created its own ICO (Estcoin or something like that) The country is friendly when it's about a legal corporation and it's easy as everything can be done in English there.
A resident doesn't even need to speak  Estonian.When you have a question or problem, you can send an email in English and they reply back in 24 hours lol.
You don't need to visit the country, you can apply online for the e-residency and do everything you want online

Do you actually have the Estonian e-residency yourself?

Regarding the Estcoin I think that Estonia could eventually run into trouble
with the EU. They are a Member state of the EU and use the € as a currency.
Therefore they are obliged to ensure that only the € is used as legal tender.

This makes me doubt the viability of a project like Estcoin unless they
intend to use it for other purposes than usage as a currency.
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