Don’t use all of your assets in one place – Ripple’s chief executive, Brad Garlinghouse, as a piece of advice for issuers behind ICOs.
Brad Garlinghouse, who is at the wheel of the blockchain startup that is at the back of the XRP token, cautioned ICO businesses to “save some of the proceeds” in the circumstance that they find themselves the focus in a token-price fueled class-action protest, concurring to comments he made to CNBC. He also trusts the legal community will arise as the real victors in the ICO boom.
A portion of the messy disagreement between the Tezos founders and the head of the Swiss Foundation involved lawful fees, with the Breitman duo signifying the organization pay the lawyer bills for the complaints ICO members lodged against them. In real life, those lawyer bills would probably come out of the USD 232 million that the ICO raised from investors, adding insult to injury to contract participants.
Another piece of advice was offered by Garlington.
Utility Token vs. Security Token
A group devoted to studying if token sales endorse the lenient regulation for ICOs on a restricted scale, concurring to a report they presented to the Israel Securities Authority, as stated in regional publication Globes. They also want to stimulate innovation by making a “regulatory sandbox” dedicated to trialing ICOs and advising businesses.
They also call for a clear discrepancy to be made between tokens that are intended for security and those with utility as a function, which is a dark area that issuers and regulators struggle with across most rules
If these recommendations are implemented by Israel, we could realize that more issuers assemble in the country to list their ICOs.