It ain’t easy moving to America these days, but Smartlands is bucking border-tightening trends with its latest announcement. The UK-based project, launched in 2017 on the Stellar (XLM) network, is setting up house across the pond, following the signing of a cooperative agreement with IIP Securities.
The US-based FINRA-licensed broker-dealer has given the rubber stamp of approval for Smartlands to do business in America with its license agreement. The move enables the platform to successfully comply with strict US regulatory requirements. With this approval, Smartlands can sell securities listed on its platform to accredited US investors.
Smartlands is a digital platform for crowdfunding investments by issuing digital shares in the form of security tokens. The company has already successfully used the Stellar network to provide liquidity to the real estate market with its blockchain-based security token issuance platform. Crypto Briefing previously reported on the company’s innovative fractional ownership solution in the UK property market.
But the platform’s capabilities extend well beyond real estate; the proprietary technology offers “fractional ownership of…
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Author: Darren Kleine