A decentralized organized platform for launching security tokens
Launching an ICO that offers a security token can be extremely challenging due to the magnitude of technical, legal and regulatory requirements and procedures. Failure to abide by these regulations could result in costly penalties and could threaten to derail the whole project. Globally the issue around ICO government regulation is currently in a confused state of uncertainty with sometimes contrasting points of view. However, the general trend is towards recognition: recognition that security token ICOs have a place in the market and that progress will, therefore, need collaboration between government and industry. All signs point to 2018 being the year of government regulation, where the needs of investor protection and broader security token ICO participation are addressed. It is precisely at this point where MOBU plays a key role. MOBU is the “one stop shop” to make it easier for issuers to launch compliant security tokens on the blockchain. MOBU is a next generation user-friendly smart contract and all-in-one platform for real businesses (security tokens). If a security token ICO meets all the regulatory requirements, the security token classification creates the potential for a wide variety of applications, the most promising of which is the ability to issue tokens that represent shares of company stock. Conformity to regulations to be more acceptable to authorities will essentially allow institutional funds progressing to the blockchain.
Juan Engelbrecht, CEO - https://www.linkedin.com/in/juan-engelbrecht-a8697948/
Paul Pelser, CFO - https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-pelser-046822ba/
Frikkie Van Biljon, CTO - https://www.linkedin.com/in/frikkie-van-biljon-31510572/
Ettiene Pretorius, Business Development - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ettiene-pretorius-a381234/
June Engelbrecht, Analyst (MBA) - https://www.linkedin.com/in/june-engelbrecht-11074858/
Braam Kruger, PR & Marketing - https://www.linkedin.com/in/braam-kruger-8a6902143/