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Investors see disruptive platform in energy blockchain startups

S&P Global Market Intelligence

21 Sep 2017

Joshua Ashley Klayman explains why peer-to-peer energy trading platforms are using digital currencies to access deep pools of digital capital in the S&P Global Market Intelligence article “Investors see disruptive platform in energy blockchain startups.”

“They can raise money and not have the same loss of control in the entity they would have if they took on a more traditional investor,” she said. “People are trying to figure out in various jurisdictions whether the tokens are securities and need to be registered as such, or can find an exemption.”

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