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Join Us for a Live, Multi-City Webinar: The Tokenization of the St. Regis Aspen Resort
Coming January 16, 2019
Join Us for a Live, Multi-City Webinar:
The Tokenization of the St. Regis Aspen Resort

Valued at $224 million, the St. Regis Aspen is a trophy property and a luxury destination located in Aspen, Colorado. An equity raise of the property in August 2018 brought in $94 million with a cap rate of about 5.8 percent. This was executed in conjunction with a regulated Security Token using Reg D – 506 (c). It’s one of the first cases of tokenizing a commercial real estate property.

Guests include: Stephane De Baets, Founder and President of Elevated Returns and Jeffrey Davis, Senior Managing Director of JLL’s Hotels & Hospitality Group

Sign up now for this FREE LIVE, MULTI-CITY WEBINAR happening on January 16, 2019 -- and for other coverage of how Security Tokens may disrupt CRE investing and finance.

Juan Pablo Cappello, Co-founder, Private Advising Group & Miami Lab Ventures - The Big Differences Between Utility and Security Tokens
The Big Differences Between
Utility and Security Tokens
Juan Pablo Cappello
Co-founder, Private Advising Group & Miami Lab Ventures

As the end of the year approaches, it’s fitting to start considering where the security token industry is headed in 2019. Juan Pablo Cappello, co-founder of Private Advising Group and Miami Lab Ventures, joined Security Token Academy’s Director of Programming Adam Chapnick for an expert interview to share predictions related to the industry’s future. You’ll also receive a regulatory update on the latest decisions from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and you’ll get a look at the differences between utility and security tokens. This interview took place at World Crypto Con 2018 in Las Vegas.

Henry Elder, Co-Founder Digital Asset Advisors - Real Estate Tokenization
Real Estate Tokenization
Henry Elder
Co-founder Digital Asset Advisors

Henry Elder, a co-founder of Digital Asset Advisors, joined Security Token Academy host Amy Wan for another one of our expert interviews. This discussion took place at our October Security Token LA Meetup held at Maggiano’s inside The Grove. Together, they covered the difference between blockchain and distributed ledgers, the state of distributed ledger technology and mass adoption, how company client Shipsomnia is using blockchain to help process international payments, and the differences between US and foreign real estate asset tokenization.


About the Security Token Academy

The security token industry is unfolding fast as a foundation for new and emerging financial markets. Security tokens can enable crypto-based fundraising, as well as tokenize trillions of dollars of global assets in equity and debt capital markets, venture capital, and commercial real estate.

The Security Token Academy (STA) helps you explore all of that. We cover and facilitate the evolution of the security token industry by capturing and showcasing the voices, insights and wisdom of the experts in this industry, including those with business, legal and investment expertise.

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