A famous financial group of Japan, SBI Holdings, has recently stated that it will launch its first tokenized offerings.
The Japanese well-known business hub SBI Holdings is a huge financial group established in 1999 as SoftBank Investment. Very recently the group has announced that it is in the process of launching its first security token offerings (STOs). In its statement, SBI Holdings told that the sale of proposed STOs is going to take place at the end of October.
The news went viral in last Friday wherein the company made the announcement. In the announcement, it was told that its subsidiary group, SBI e-sports Co. will present one-thousand common shares of stocks. The shares offered for sale will be sponsored by the mother group, SBI Holdings.
The SBI e-sports initial token offering will be issued in Blockchain Network. In the press release, it was said that the blockchain network will be Boostry’sIbet.
In the press release, SBI Holdings also told that currently, the group is in the process of launching another public offering. In the offering, it has been proposed that digitalized corporate bonds will be offered by SBI Securities. SBI Securities is also a company owned by the SBI Group.
It was further apprised that the Group will soon launch various offerings for the crypto investors. Some of the projects in the pipeline are STOs relating to intellectual property, real estate, and fine arts. The Group is also considering to engage services of copyrighters for movies as well as games.
The projects are proposed by the Group so as to encourage investors to get their hands on these assets and shares therein.
Further in the press statement, the Group said that it considers STOs as an integral part of fintech. For this purpose, it is trying to make progress in the field of technology.
On the other hand, the US has urged its technology industry to make efforts to ensure the US’s leading role in technology. US fears that countries such as Hong Kong, China, and Japan are taking a lead in the fields of technology.
Japanese SBI Holdings has also shown its willingness to buy TaoTao – a crypto-assets based exchange.