The report reveals that the total security token market cap reached $504,304,199 to close the month of January 2021.
The market cap monthly change, as tracked by stomarket.com, stood at +34.82%. The total trading volume for the period reached $6,499,637, which represents a trading volume monthly change of +141.14%. As noted in the report, the January 2021 average unweighted return on security tokens stood at +21.26%.
While sharing the trading highlights from last month, the STM report revealed:
Protos (OFN: PRTS): +400%
tZERO (tZERO: TZROP): +51.72%
Overstock (tZERO: OSTKO): +49.15%
SPiCE (OFN: LDCC): -29.29%
Andover (Uniswap: REALT): -15.73%
Marlowe (Uniswap: REALT): -10.66%
Top Volume Performer/Exchange:
Overstock (tZERO: OSTKO): $5,284,061
Blockchain Capital (OFN: BCAP): $41,865
16200 Fullerton (Uniswap:REALT): $26,978
Curzio Equity Owners: (MERJ:CEO: $21,835
Top Exchanges / Marketplaces
1: tZERO ATS
Market Cap: $402,649,313.00
2: OpenFinance Network ATS
Market Cap: $41,614,260
3: MERJ Exchange
Market Cap: $36,909,379
The team at Security Token Advisors (STA) has also released The State of Investment into Security Token Infrastructure Report for Q4 2020.
As mentioned in the report:
“Roughly $160 million+ was invested in Q4, with an emphasis on general infrastructure and early stage venture capital. Again, INX successfully raised more than $50,000 in an initial coin offering (ICO) following its $7,500,000 IPO just a month before. The firm also acquired OpenFinance Network near the very end of October, further [cementing] its critical position in the industry.”
(Note: You can access the full report here.)
The Security Token Group has also published a list of featured Companies – January 2021.
While sharing the main highlights, the report noted that digital assets firm Propine was granted a CMS license from the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
(Note: for the complete list, check here.)