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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