Our RegCheck Service Suite currently consists of three individual services.
The regulations of NFTs are still unclear in many jurisdictions, and this seems to lead issuers of NFTs to mistakenly believe that anything goes – which is indeed not the case.
Any issuer of NFTs ought to make sure that the issued NFTs are legal – and that they are, in fact, non-fungible tokens and not something else requiring stricter regulation.
The NFT RegCheck helps projects, platforms, and companies issuing NFTs understand the legal implications of what they are about to do
– or already have done! – and to help them comply with current legislation in relevant jurisdictions.
A Security Token Offering (STO) allows companies to raise large amounts of capital. In theory, STOs are significantly more accessible, faster, and cheaper than traditional IPOs.
However, in practice conducting an STO is a rather complex endeavour. This calls for assistance by experts to safely lead the asset owners through preparing and executing the STO.
Because STOs are offering securities, being in compliance with laws and regulation must be a top priority for all STOs.
The STO RegCheck will help get you started in a compliant manner.
Former SEC chairman, Jay Clayton, was asked if all ICOs were fraudulent. “Absolutely not,” he answered.
But at the same time, he warned about any try to classify tokens as “utility tokens” with the purpose of avoiding securities laws.
For companies issuing utility tokens, the question of avoiding infringement of securities laws is still a major issue – and a RegCheck focus area.
However, issuing, promoting, and selling tokens requires the issuers legal attention on several other legal and regulatory aspects – all included in the Utility Token RegCheck.
A RegCheck only requires you to:
1) Sign up for the RegCheck
2) Complete the online questionnaire
3) Have a one-hour online-meeting with our specialists.
Based on these steps, we deliver a customised report that gives you an overview of possible regulatory risk factors you need to consider across your target jurisdictions.
The report focuses in particular on these four key topics:
Our service suite currently offers RegChecks on NFTs, STOs, and Utility Tokens.
And in the coming months, additional RegChecks will be included in the suite.
Regularly – and for many different reasons – token projects end up in court. It cannot be emphasized enough that compliance is a must, and there is no such thing as flying under the regulatory radar. The cases shown below are just a few examples in a long row of unhappy endings harming the token issuers, the token industry and, not least, the investors involved.
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The information is provided in order to help projects, platforms and/or companies to understand the legal implications in compliance with current legislations in matters such as: NFTs, security tokens, STOs, utility tokens and/or ICOs. The Tokenizer does not in any case provide any legal consultancy and therefore the guidance/ opinion provided under the Service is not intended as legal advice and/or a substitute for seeking legal counseling.
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