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December 20, 2018, 12:12:04 AM
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From what i'm hearing STO's are only available to Angel Investors or Accredited Investors aka the big players in the investment game. These investors must have minimum of $1million to obtain that investor status.

So how does average joes that don't have a $million invest in STO's? Or are average joes limited to dodgy ICO's?
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December 20, 2018, 12:21:42 AM
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An STO is not an ICO.
Security tokens are essentially digitized traditional securities. If you already invest in securities in any form (stocks, bonds, real estate, CDs, etc.) then you are familiar with what it means to hold a security. For example, a security token would simply replace your paper stock certificate with a digital version. When you invest in a security token, you are actually investing in the underlying asset. The fact that there is a security token is somewhat irrelevant — it’s simply your digital proof of ownership in that security. Security tokens are not cryptocurrencies

Pretty much, in the real world if you want to gain something big from stocks, bonds or real estate, you can't be an average Joe.

Hope that helps
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December 20, 2018, 08:50:44 AM
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We need STO in crypto for this average people, because now just rich people can take all benefits from new companies.

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December 20, 2018, 10:01:09 AM
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An STO is not an ICO.
Security tokens are essentially digitized traditional securities. If you already invest in securities in any form (stocks, bonds, real estate, CDs, etc.) then you are familiar with what it means to hold a security. For example, a security token would simply replace your paper stock certificate with a digital version. When you invest in a security token, you are actually investing in the underlying asset. The fact that there is a security token is somewhat irrelevant — it’s simply your digital proof of ownership in that security. Security tokens are not cryptocurrencies

Pretty much, in the real world if you want to gain something big from stocks, bonds or real estate, you can't be an average Joe.

Hope that helps
It's not crypto but it's the same as stock, that represent our how much our ownership in the company. I have seen so many people are spreading the word of STO but they don't even know about what they are talking about right now.

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December 20, 2018, 05:32:59 PM
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An STO is not an ICO.
Security tokens are essentially digitized traditional securities. If you already invest in securities in any form (stocks, bonds, real estate, CDs, etc.) then you are familiar with what it means to hold a security. For example, a security token would simply replace your paper stock certificate with a digital version. When you invest in a security token, you are actually investing in the underlying asset. The fact that there is a security token is somewhat irrelevant — it’s simply your digital proof of ownership in that security. Security tokens are not cryptocurrencies

Pretty much, in the real world if you want to gain something big from stocks, bonds or real estate, you can't be an average Joe.

Hope that helps

If STO's are digitized like you said then it is crypto as crypto is digital. Bitcoin suppose to be the electronic digital version of cash for example. Correct me if im wrong.
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