Polymath Partners with SeriesOne for Security Token Issuance


Security token platform, Polymath, has reportedly partnered with digital securities fundraising platform, seriesOne, to give customers “end-to-end” solution for security token issuance.

Polymath and SeriesOne Partnership

The news was first announced by seriesOne yesterday via a press release. The company said the new product will allow issuers to create and manage security tokens that are “compliant throughout their entire lifecycle.” This means from the initial token offering all the way to trading on an exchange.


The aim of the partnership is to simplify the creation and management of security tokens. seriesOne believes that Polymath’s St-20 security token standard will become the industry-wide standard. As such they are going to partner with the company to make security token management easier.

SeriesOne is a securities issuance platform and as such can qualify for a number of securities exemptions in the US.

CTO of seriesOnes, Dmitry Grinberg, said the following:

“The token control layer that Polymath offers will be the future standard and we are excited to be working together.”

CEO Michael Mildenberger furthered that the partnership aims to reduce the “complex challenges” of creating and managing security tokens. The result will become a “critical” component of seriesOne’s digital securities offering ecosystem.

In using Polymath’s ST-20 protocol, the CEO believes the platform will generate more revenue.

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Ethereum for Securities

According to its website “What Ethereum did for tokens, Polymath will do for securities,” in saying that the company is aiming to be like the Ethereum network but for securities.

The company has its own token standards that facilitate compliant trading. In fact, its ST-20 security token standard is described as “an extension of the more generalized Ethereum ERC-1400 standard that introduces the ability to restrict transfers of blockchain tokens.”

What do you think about seriesOne partnering with Polymath?

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Wuabit Service Means Users Can Send Crypto through WhatsApp

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According to Medium, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will be able to be sent through the WhatsApp messaging service. A new crypto wallet service developed by Wuabit will mean the sending of crypto via WhatsApp.


The Wuabit service will give users access to their tokens through WhatsApp. In essence, the wallet will appear linked to WhatsApp and is capable of all the regular wallet functions. This includes sending, receiving, and trading crypto assets.

According to Wuabit, it is a “cryptocurrency wallet accessible via a chat interface.”

The Wuabit team is planning on bringing the service to other messaging platforms Facebook Messenger, Telegram, and Viber. According to Medium, the service will be smart, implementing AI to enable users to type statements telling it to send crypto. This means it is accessible to those who aren’t tech-savvy and want a convenient and simple way to deal in crypto. The overall aim of the service is to help the mass adoption of cryptocurrencies.

At present, the service supports Bitcoin (BTC). But Wuabit has said it may integrate Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), and Ethereum (ETH) in the coming months. A public beta will launch next month.

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Social Media and Crypto

This is not the first time a social media company or messaging service has thought to integrate with cryptocurrency. Facebook is the biggest social media giant said to be entering the space. Though unclarified, reports suggest it is creating its own cryptocurrency.

According to a New York Times report posted last month, Facebook is working on its own digital currency to be integrated into its messaging services. However, Bloomberg has suggested that the tech giant is developing a stablecoin. What are your thoughts? Would you use the Wuabit service to send crypto through WhatsApp?

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Chicago Mayor Believes Crypto Adoption is “Inevitable”

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Cryptocurrency received an endorsement from Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel when he stated that wide-scale crypto adoption is “inevitable” at a FinTech meeting in his city earlier this week.

The chief of staff for former US President Barack Obama said that while he is no expert in crypto technology, he believes digital assets could help financially unstable countries with their economic recovery.

The politician thinks that “an alternative way of currency dealing with the debt markets is going to happen” at some point in the future.

“One day, somebody’s going to figure out—whether that’s Argentina, ten years from now, five years from now—how to use cryptocurrencies to stay alive when their [sic] facing a financial crisis, and then you’re going to find out that this moment has arrived,” Emanuel said of crypto adoption.

Countries like Venezuela have already turned to cryptocurrency in an attempt to circumvent US-led sanctions, attract investment and bring the country back from the brink of full-blown default.

Crypto Adoption: Cryptocurrency Here to Stay

Despite crypto being a highly volatile market, the Chicago mayor isn’t the only one that believes the currency is here to stay. In fact, some believe cryptocurrency could replace fiat currency as early as 2030.

Former IBM engineer Thomas Frey said at a recent event that “cryptocurrencies are going to displace roughly 25% of national currencies by 2030. They’re just much more efficient, the way they run.”

According to a recent survey led by researchers at the Neustar International Security Council, 80% of businesses are interested in using cryptocurrency for transactions. What’s more, 48% of the survey respondents said that the use of cryptocurrency could be a way for their businesses to generate income by delivering increased value.

Crypto Adoption: Big Companies Moving into the Space

A number of major companies have already begun creating their own cryptocurrencies, including Starbucks, Samsung, Square, Facebook, and IBM.

The most recent company to join the cryptocurrency movement is US multinational financial services giant Visa, which is on the lookout for project managers with blockchain and cryptocurrency knowledge to join their team.

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Although the Porsche Company was founded in 1931, the first Porsche car developed wasn’t until 1939. Proud of their German Heritage, Porsche continues to be one of the most prestigious car makers and also the world’s largest race car manufacturer. In Australia there are 5 different models available including the Boxter, Cayman, Panamera, Cayenne, 911 with the new 911 GT2 RS one of the newest on the market. Porsche is part of the Volkswagen Group. Porsche Reviews 2019 Porsche Macan S review Review By Curt Dupriez 28th Feb 2019 The first big revamp of Porsche’s Macan range has arrived. Is it ‘almost new-generation’ as its maker claims or closer to the facelift it appears to be? Let’s find out in the newish V6-powered S version. 2019 Porsche 911 review Review By Rob Margeit 24th Jan 2019 While the new 2019 Porsche 911 might not look all that different from the car it replaces, it is, in almost every way, a completely new car. Singer 911 review: The Porsche money can’t buy in a hurry Lifestyle By Anthony Crawford 8th Jan 2019 Florence, Alabama is probably the last place on Earth I expected to see, let alone drive, a bespoke Porsche 911 built by Singer Vehicle Design out of Sun Valley in Southern California. That’s no slight on Alabama, by the way, as there’s plenty of serious car money in the deep south – but trucks (F-150 Raptors and the like) are more sought after in these parts… The CarAdvice Winners Circle 2018, Mandy Turner: Porsche 911 GT3 Lifestyle By Curt Dupriez 25th Dec 2018 My choice of Porsche 911 GT3 for Winners Circle 2018 demands some back story. There’s no other brand that gets my heart racing than Porsche. When I imported a red 1974 911 from America in 2010, I realised it was the type of car I had been searching for for a long time. A car proud of its history, a car gorgeous from every angle, and a car that uses curvy mountain roads as its playground… View All Reviews Porsche Videos Singer 911 REVIEW: A quick spin By Anthony Crawford 18th Jan 2019 You need a lot longer than 20 minutes to properly appreciate all the Singer 911 has to offer, but you need a lot less time to discover this might just be one of the world’s most desirable motorcars. CarAdvice Winners Circle 2018: Our favourites By Curt Dupriez 25th Dec 2018 You told us you don’t trust the traditional ‘Car of the Year’ format favoured by most publishers, and you wanted to know more about our own personal faves, objectivity be damned. Well, here it is. Get the full story right here. NOTE: This video was first published on December 18. 2018 Porsche Cayenne Range review: Which should you buy? By Curt Dupriez 18th Sep 2018 If you’ve settled on a Porsche Cayenne, firstly, half your luck. Secondly, just which model in the Cayenne range should you buy? 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First presented at the 1969 Geneva motor show, the Porsche 917 (below) dominated various motorsport events (including Le Mans and the North American CanAM Series) from the late 1960s through to the mid-70s… 2016-19 Porsche 718 Boxster, Cayman recalled By Scott Collie 12th Mar 2019 Porsche has recalled the 2016-19 718 Boxster and Cayman over a structural issue that puts the fuel tank at increased risk of damage in an accident. According to the company, a frontal collision could make the lower longitudinal crash beam penetrate the bulkhead wall. If that happens, there’s a higher risk of the fuel tank being damaged, creating a risk of leakage and, by extension, fire… View All News Porsche Owner Reviews 2006 Porsche Boxster review By By Ranil Illesinghe 31st Aug 2018 Note: I owned this car for 12 months back in 2013–14. We live in a world that celebrates, and yearns for, that which is perfect. 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IBM Hints at Entering the Stablecoin Arena


Jesse Lund, head of blockchain solutions at IBM, has just hinted that the tech company has plans to explore stablecoins in an interview with Cheddar yesterday. Lund did not disclose when this venture may debut but said it would be on its World-Wire platform.

IBM and Stablecoins

IBM began its venture with Stellar in late-2017 and finalized most of its plans in mid-2018. Stellar is an open-sourced, decentralized protocol that focuses on transfers between fiat currency and digital currency.

Lund told Cheddar that US banks are “very interested” in using stablecoins to send cross-border to replace the current SWIFT system. The reason banks are interested in stablecoins over other forms of digital currency is that stablecoins are linked 1:1 to fiat currencies making them more ‘stable’.

“We’re really feeling excited that we’re on a roll to build something new and revolutionary that’s really going to change the landscape of cross-border payments,” Lund explained.

IBM feels the market demand for stablecoins has risen, despite the copious amount of similar coins that have flooded the market as of late. Lund hinted that IBM hopes to create an ecosystem of various digital assets, with many different types of digital assets—including stablecoins.

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Cheddar asked Lund how the company’s alleged stablecoin compared to the one that JPMorgan just released. The IBM exec said that the company’s solution to cross-border transactions would be “somewhere in between.” Lund claims that this new venture would not be a proprietary coin like JPM coin but feels the major US bank is doing what’s best for them. The bank’s stablecoin will only be used with clients of JPMorgan.

IBM feels its stablecoin should be more broadly accessible and World-Wire seeks to do just that. When this project will be released is still up in the air, but the recent interview proves it is just around the corner.

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Classic Porsche Market – Porsche Values

(Editor’s Note: Hagerty valuation expert Rob Sass weighs in on the state of the Porsche market, with help from Mike Wastie, who runs the Projects Division of independent Porsche specialist Autofarm.) The momentum that we’ve seen in the collector car market over the last several years has amounted to an almost unprecedented bull market. The bears aren’t out at this point, but in some places we are seeing a bit of a cooling trend. The Porsche market in particular deserves a close look. Early 911s and 356s seem to be taking a bit of a breather at the moment with only the top condition examples of the rarest variants up perceptibly. Average condition cars have likely retreated about 10 percent. It may just be seasonal; time will tell, as will the upcoming Arizona auction orgy in the U.S. in January. An exception to this cool down is the air-cooled Porsche turbo market. It’s incredibly active right now, with 930, 964 and 993 Turbos all up at least 100 percent or more this year. We’ve long predicted a rise in prices for early Porsche 930s, and that seems to have arrived with a vengeance, with the earliest cars from 1975-76 well over £100,000. Where exactly are the bargains? They’re few and far between in the air-cooled world. It’s difficult to call 914s a bargain at their current price point, but they are the cheapest point of entry into the air-cooled Porsche world. Savvy buyers who can tolerate LHD would have to look to the U.S., which remains the low-cost supplier of 911s to the world. Nice Californian 911 SCs and 3.2 Carreras can still be had in the high teens. But for the most part, you have to go water-cooled to find a reasonably priced classic Porsche. If you can stand the upkeep bills, early 928s are looking particularly good at this point as are 944 Turbos and 968s. Even the 924 and 924 Turbo with its less-than-silky Audi four-cylinder are worth a look. For Wastie, there are two cars that stand out with regard to potential collectability: the 924 Carrera GT and the 968 Club Sport. “Both are extremely special and are already sought after by collectors and enthusiasts,” he says. But the strongest buy in the water-cooled Porsche world has to be the 996 Turbo. Tainted by the fiasco of exploding intermediate shaft bearings in the naturally aspirated 996, the Turbo doesn’t in fact use an intermediate shaft bearing and has proven to be quite robust. Eventually the market will figure out that these are close relatives to the brilliant and expensive 959 and the party will be over. Wastie agrees. “I think there is a lot of potential with 996 and 986 Boxsters. They are around in good numbers and values are very low.” As far as cars to avoid, Wastie says, “I would rather avoid cars with incomplete or inconsistent paperwork and history. A scruffy but honest car is often more interesting than a clean car with fresh paint if there is no history for the latter.” But, he adds, “I suppose if pushed for a particular model, then Autofarm doesn’t have strong demand for Cabriolets with Tiptronics. I would also be very wary about any car where the vendor was reluctant to allow the car to be inspected. That would be concerning and we would walk away.”

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Porsche 944, 2497cc petrol manual spare repairInterior is not in bad condition. Happy to provide ID with sale since V5 isn’t available. Car will need to be recovered. South east London Dulwich based.£155.003 bidsEnding 20 Mar at 2:25PM GMT5d 9hCollection in personManufacturer: PorscheModel: 944Transmission: ManualPorsche 944 1986 Silver944 for sale. Bedfordshire, UK. MOTd until May and 173k on the clock. Front Fog Lights White. It’s sewn up so not as noticeable. Like I said, it’s not mint but a usable 33 year old classic that holds its own at the NEC and has pop up lights!£5,500.00Collection in personor Best OfferManufacturer: Porsche72 watchingModel: 944Transmission: Manual1986 Porsche 944 2.5 LUX 16v upgrade plus spare engine & partsThe engine is an ‘87 low mileage 2.5 16v that has been refreshed & upgraded. I saw it running before buying it complete from a sub 60k mile 944 being broken for parts. If you’re looking for a sorted & well loved 944 with extra oomph then this may be for you.£6,950.00Collection in personClassified AdManufacturer: PorscheModel: 944Transmission: ManualPorsche 944£4,500.000 bidsEnding 18 Mar at 5:43PM GMT3d 12hCollection in personManufacturer: PorscheModel: 944Transmission: ManualPORSCHE 944 S2 CABRIOLET IN CYCLAMENLOVELY 1990 PORSCHE 944 CABRIOLET 3.0LTR. Porsche 964 Carrera 4 (arriving soon). Austin Healey Sprite Mk1 Frogeye,fully rebuilt. MG RV8 Woodcote Green. Also available.£11,995.00Collection in personClassified Ad with Best OfferManufacturer: PorscheModel: 944Transmission: ManualPorsche 944 S2 Cabriolet – Stunning in Peridot GreenSTUNNING IN PERIDOT GREEN, BLACK INTERIOR/HOOD, INCLUDING GENUINE REASON FOR SALE: Reunited with previously owned Porsche 993 Cabriolet. Foot and handbrake systems fully overhauled and most components renewed.£6,600.0010 bidsEnding Sunday at 7:30PM GMT2d 14hCollection in personManufacturer: PorscheModel: 944Transmission: Manual1985 Porsche 944 2.5 Petrol, Low Miles, Investment, classic car, 34 years oldPorsche 944 Original Car never been welded, A very solid car, Original inner and out sills. Both electric windows do not work but can hear the motor, maybe locked in place due lack of use. All four tyres are okay.£2,205.0013 bidsEnding Sunday at 11:30AM GMT2d 6hCollection in personManufacturer: PorscheModel: 944Transmission: Manualporsche 944 s2 cabriolet£8,775.00Collection in personor Best OfferManufacturer: Porsche28 watchingModel: 944Transmission: Manual Porsche 944 2.5 lux1984 Porsche 944 2.5 lux. Porsche decals fitted to car. I have the certificate of authenticity from porsche which confirms spec etc. she only has just over 92000 which is low. I also have an agreed valuation from the porsche owners club with a valuation of 9000.£3,000.009 bidsEnding Sunday at 2:34PM GMT2d 9hCollection in personManufacturer: PorscheModel: 944Transmission: ManualPorsche 944 S2The 944 bridged the price and performance gap between the 924 and 911. Although the body of the 944 was based on the 924, it had considerable more striking contours. In 1989, the S2 model replaced the 944 S.£17,995.00Collection in personClassified AdManufacturer: PorscheModel: 944Transmission: ManualPorsche 944 S2, 3.0 16V, Manual, 1990No knocks or bangs and fantastically tight in the bends. There is a reasonable folder of history with this car including a Porsche magazine feature where this very car was used as the example in the 944 butyers issue (magazine included).£7,000.00Collection in personClassified AdManufacturer: PorscheModel: 944Transmission: ManualConcours condition Porsche 944 2.7 Lux 1989Concours winning 1989 2.7 Lux Zermatt silver.Very rare colour and interior. Belts changed in 2016 by Porsche centre Bristol. Good service history and history file, previous owner was a retired Rolls Royce engineer who serviced the car himself, mot certificates going back to 1997.£9,990.00Collection in personClassified Ad with Best OfferManufacturer: PorscheModel: 944Transmission: Manual1986 PORSCHE LUX 2.5 LITRE COUPE IN DESIRABLE METALLIC SLATE GREY “PROJECT”I HAVE OWNED THE CAR SINCE LATE 2015 AND RAN IT FOR A YEAR, BUT THEN PUT IT ON SORN AS I HAD TOO MANY CARS BEING USED. 2.0 SERVICE. THE BODYWORK APPEARS TO BE IN REASONABLE CONDITION, IT HAS HAD NEW SILLS IN THE PAST BEFORE I BOUGHT IT.£1,700.009 bidsEnding 18 Mar at 6:23PM GMT3d 13hCollection in personManufacturer: PorscheModel: 944Transmission: Manual1986 Porsche 944 Project Runs and drives NO RESERVEOK, here we have a 1986 Porsche 944 up for sale. This is a project car with no MoT. Basically, expect to replace them if you want to do the job properly. Steers OK, Has functioning power steering. Tyres hold air but are knackered.£1,070.0022 bidsEnding 20 Mar at 2:50PM GMT5d 9hCollection in personManufacturer: PorscheModel: 944Transmission: ManualPorsche 944 2.5 COUPE* UK WIDE DELIVERY AVAILABLE * CALL ON 01405 860021 *£3,295.00Collection in personClassified AdManufacturer: PorscheModel: 944Transmission: ManualGot one to sell?Get it in front of 17+ million UK buyers.Showing slide of – You may also likeTell us what you think – opens in new window or tab

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Words: Nic Jimenez | Photos: Ernesto Che & Jorge Payan (Quail Lodge, Monterey CA) Porsche Race Car Classic featured 1960 Prototypes to 1965 purpose-built Race Cars. This was a remarkable and memorable gathering of Automobiles that made the Porsche Marque famous. With recognizable names like Speedster, Spyder, and Carrera they were all on one lawn for the first time at the same time. Museums and collectors gathered their prized Porsche race cars from all over the world for Rennsport Reunion IV – Sunday’s Porsche Race Car Classic at the Quail Lodge was the week’s exclamation point! Historic Porsche model types were arranged in 18 groups. Each group represented another step in Porsche’s remarkable evolution and included the very cars that propelled Porsche into the racing world spotlight. To say the rarest of the rarest Porsche’s were present is a true understatement. Sports Car Digest cited “Over 2 dozen Speedsters and Convertible Ds along with the first production Speedster. Additional 356 variants: 356B GTs, 356 SC GTs, Pushrod Speedster GTs, Carrera Coupes, Gmünds, Glocklers, America Roadsters, plus the only 2 Dreikantschabers ever made.” Other Porsche models on the green fairways of Quail at the Porsche Race Car Classic were Elva’s, 718s, Abarth Carreras, and the only two 804 Formula One cars. Within the group of eleven 550’s the eGarage 550A Spyder was among the original five 550 prototypes: 550/01, 550/03, 550/04, 550/06, and 550/09. The Porsche 550 had wins at the Nürburgring, Le Mans, the Carrera Panamericana, Nassau, and these wins engraved the Porsche name into the books of race history. On this sunny day outside Carmel, the Porsche marque was honored in a way the world has not yet witnessed. This legendary congregation of race cars will be talked about for generations to come. The spirit, energy, and the souls of Porsche’s past looked on with great pride as their blood, sweat, and hard work was recognized like Automotive religion. Additionally proceeds from the Porsche Race Car Classic ticket sales went directly to the Bonnie J. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation and the UCSF Thoracic Oncology Program.. -FOR MORE PHOTOS OF PORSCHE RACE CAR CLASSIC SEE eGarage FLICKR-