Bloomio has distributed a note indicating its intent to offer a security token issued in Malta. According to the company, Bloomio is registered with the goal of offering securities in the European Union according to the exemptions under the Maltese Companies Act & the EU Prospectus Regulation 2017/1129.
Bloomio is described as a blockchain based “marketplace with internal trading facilities for traditionally illiquid investments that are accessible to investors with small tickets.” Tokenization of the assets is said to be an integral part of the Bloomio business model. Bloomio reports have raised CHF 2.2 million in seed rounds.
Maxim Lyadvinsky, CEO of Bloomio, issued the following statement:
“Bloomio MT II P.L.C. registration in Malta ensures that our technology operates on the market with regulatory oversight. We always believed that the new technology requires an active collaboration with the policymakers. The ability for security tokens to exist as this fully regulated digital form – is a huge new thing, a new type of financial assets. We are happy to be among those fintech companies who are creating a completely new form of capital markets.”
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