Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC) has published a report in collaboration with Crypto Valley seeking to provide a strategic perspective on the initial coin offering (ICO) and security token offering (STO) sectors. The report finds that security tokens are not fundamentally different from ICOs, estimating that their combined total raised almost $20 billion during 2018. Also Read: […]
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