Decentralized Crypto End-To-End ICO Developer System Set To Revolutionize Market

A new decentralized organized ICO platform for security tokens is set to revolutionize the market. It helps to solve the issues developers face throughout the crypto industry.

Rothwell, Australia - August 10, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

Mobu, a new platform for security tokens that offers a complete solution for projects looking to go through an ICO which would likely drastically change the ICO landscape. Any project founders who are hesitant and unsure about all the procedures required when offering security tokens to the cryptocurrency community will find great benefit in Mobu, as their platform will ensure tokens can only be held by applicable investors in compliance with applicable securities laws

More information can be found at: https://mobu.io

The site explains that Mobu is a decentralized platform and end to end solution for ICOs to launch compliant security tokens on the blockchain.

Many cryptocurrency developers face a number of challenges due to the magnitude of technical, legal and regulatory requirements and procedures they face. This is what Mobu can help with its complete blockchain solution.

The team behind Mobu is dynamic and very knowledgeable and efficient in the areas of business, investment, finance, law, blockchain technologies and cryptocurrencies.

They emphasize that, as an organized ICO platform, Mobu solves the problems that cryptocurrency developers deal with. Companies in industries such as mining, property development, and retail can now legally raise funds through Mobu.

Mobu facilitates the release of compliant security tokens for all businesses that’s are backed by real assets that want to raise capital on the blockchain.

It successfully bridges the gap between the securities marketplace and the blockchain, and facilitates the release of compliant security tokens for all businesses that are backed by real assets wanting to raise capital on the blockchain.

The team states: “As the cryptocurrency market evolves, the global adoption of ICO fundraising structures has led to an explosion of new capital formation that has outpaced both the seed and venture capital investment markets. However, approximately 98% of these ICOs launched utility tokens.”

With cryptocurrencies here to stay, ICOs have the potential to transform the way numerous companies do business.

Full details of how Mobu is setting itself up to revolutionize the market can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: First Plus
Organization: FirstPlus Press
Address: 2 Alambi Court Brisbane, Rothwell, Queensland 4022, Australia

For more information, please visit http://www.firstplusmarketing.com.au

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 391405

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