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Wall Street
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A Leading Global Source of Data & News on Tokenized Assets

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Tokens Tracked

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Visitors/ Month

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Data Points

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Countries/Territories

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Hours of Watched

Our Journey

The Security Token Show

The Security Token Show is the longest-running and largest security token podcast in the industry, with 1,000 weekly recurring listeners and over 37,000 downloads from 47 countries. 

 

Leveraging this viewership, Herwig & Kyle showcase the top headlines and research that industry insiders rely on to keep up to date with the ever-changing ecosystem.

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What's Drippin' Newsletter

Our What's Drippin' newsletter has already surpassed 5,000+ subscribers and is rapidly growing! Every Monday Morning, readers can expect to laugh, learn, and stay informed about all things security tokens.

Data Reports

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Industry Reports

Security Token Market analysts release reports providing insight on the market, highlighting the biggest movers

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Real Estate Reports

The Real Estate Report concentrates on tokenized properties and their most notable events for the month

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Arbitrage Reports

Sam Sachs and Aneesh Shinkre deliver heavily sought-after opportunities in the market

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Testimonials

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Alan Konevsky
CLO, tZERO

We applaud Security Token Market for its active role in industry education, including price transparency.

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Viktor Viktorov
CEO, Reinno

Security Token Market is an integral part of the security token ecosystem. As the industry becomes more mature, it gets harder to keep up with the latest trends and new exciting projects. Luckily, I can always count on STM to keep me up-to-date. I also love that they are community-oriented. 

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Adam Blumberg
Co-founder, Interaxis

No one I've found can put together the knowledge with the analysis like STOMarket. It helps to have a group I can trust doing deep dives on the security token market.  

Meet The Team

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Kyle Sonlin

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Co-Founder and CEO

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Herwig Konings

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Co-Founder and Chief Editor

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Jason Barraza

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Peter Gaffney

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Sam Sachs

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Josh Martinez

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Nick Steffen

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Mike Lingle

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What are Security Tokens?

You know how you can own shares of a company? Well now you can own shares of real estate, a Picasso, or even a yacht... but on the blockchain!

This is made possible through security tokens, a compliant digital representation of ownership

Decentralization

Blockchain technology allows for transparency, better execution, and worldwide access to these assets

Versatility in Application

You can tokenize just about anything! From real estate properties to illiquid assets such as a cattle ranch and anything in between

A New Way to Raise Capital

Don't just raise money from anyone... do it from a community that believes in you and wants a piece... no matter where they are

Democratization

By tokens representing fractional ownership, there's a lower threshold to invest. This opens the markets to more people than just the top 10%

  • What's the Difference Between STOs and NFTs?
    STOs and NFTs both run on blockchain, but STOs represent the tangible value of an underlying asset; Whereas, NFTs are merely collectible images usually with no physical representation.
  • What's the Difference Between STOs & ICOs?
    They both run on the blockchain, but STOs are securities backed by the real-world asset; whereas, ICOs are merely utility for the underlying platform or ecosystem
  • What is an Accredited Investor?
    Accredited investors must meet certain standards created by the US SEC which allow them to invest in certain private securities offerings. You can find the full list of US accredited investor requirements here. Non-U.S. investors must meet US standards to participate. In general, you are considered accredited under US law if you are an: Individual With annual income over $200K (individually) or $300K (with spouse) in each of the last 2 years and expect to make at least $200K (individually) or $300K (with spouse) this year. With net assets over $1 million, excluding your primary residence (unless more is owed on the mortgage than the residence is worth). Entity with over $5 million in assets, such as a venture fund or a trust not formed for the specific purpose of the relevant investment. Entity wholly owned by accredited investors
  • What is Regulation Crowdfunding?
    A SEC ruling that enables companies to raise up to $5M from retail & accredited investors in the U.S., as well as qualifying individuals outside of the U.S.
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