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It’s not all bad news for security tokens, if you look hard enough

It’s not fun being the bearer of bad news, but there seems to be plenty of it when it comes to the security token world.

Just last week, much-hyped Polymath announced a series of layoffs and poor levels of token uptake, while in April, Harbor cancelled its flagship client in Colorado. Meanwhile, on the consumer side, secondary-market demand has been lacklustre according to SecurityTokenCap, suggesting tokenized real estate, equity and debt isn’t all that hot yet.

But it’s not all bad – there are some positive signs lurking too. We mean news genuinely worth paying attention to; not hype from small-time firms in abstract jurisdictions (of which there is admittedly plenty).

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