4 easy steps to issue security tokens on the blockchain
Audit and Due Diligence
Smartlands Platform will manage auditing, legal due diligence and other preparatory procedures of a token issuing company
The token issuer and escrow company will enter a collateral agreement to secure tokens with assets
Token issuer will attract investments for strategic development by offering security tokens and selling them to investors using the Platform
Trading and profit sharing
- Security tokens will be traded on exchange(s)
- A trading company will periodically distribute part of the profits/revenues to token holders (and undergo audits) according to the rules stated in ST documents
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Call for Assets Tokenization Projects on Smartlands Platform
Smartlands Platform accepts applications from projects seeking to attract
investments through Security Token Offerings and asset tokenization.
The proceeds of the STOs on the Smartlands Platform will constitute the
required capital for the introduction of highly efficient innovative
technologies, rapid expansion or seizing great opportunities.
How to Apply
- Make a brief presentation about your company and describe the idea for
the token offering.
- Have sufficient market value of assets you wish to collateralize.
- Have a business plan that describes strong growth prospects backed by
market analysis and reasoning for expansion/introduction of innovations.
- Have a clearly defined market opportunity to raise revenues and create
- Have a clearly defined plan of how the company can increase revenues
and incomes in 2-4 years.
- Have capital available for investing in the future growth of your project.
- Have a slate of technological solutions that would facilitate high
efficiency, transparency, accountability, ensure low risks. Possibly, have
plans to introduce them (with detailed feasibility study and roadmap
- Completed Application Form – Required
- Most Recent Business Plan – Required
- Two Years of Financial Statements – Preferred but Optional