Finom Blockchain Corp Announces Reg D Tokenized Equity Offering

Finom Blockchain Corp Announces Reg D Tokenized Equity Offering

Financial blockchain corporation Finom AG today announced the launch of its $101 million tokenized equity offering to be executed pursuant to Regulation D of the U.S. Securities Act of 1933. Finom will release both a security and utility token. The FIN token, the digital equivalent of four shares of Finom’s common stock, grants its owner the rights of a common stock owner of the controlling entity. The NOM token serves as the internal currency within the ecosystem and gives its holders commission discounts, along with special privileges attached to using Finom advertising system.

Finom makes the world of finance available to everyone by providing a blockchain ecosystem with a single point of entry. The company’s ecosystem allows anyone to manage digital currency and assets conveniently and in accordance with KYC and AML regulations.

According to Coin Schedule, so far in 2017, ICOs, or Initial Coin Offerings, have raised more than $3.6 billion in investment in more than two hundred offerings. However, the placement of coins, or utility tokens, does not afford purchasers the same protections available to investors in a securities offering. By contrast, Finom intends to offer to its investors a security token in a Regulation D offering under the United States Securities Act of 1933. The FIN token will be the digital equivalent of four company shares of Finom.

Among Finom’s holdings are four cryptocurrency companies already reaching 520,000 users worldwide. Finom also owns a mining center Cryptal. The corporation aims to raise up to $101 million through its token sale to create the world’s first blockchain-based platform to reduce the barrier to entry in financial markets and provide Artificial Intelligence advising.

"FIN token holders will be able to receive dividends, notices and the opportunity to vote as a stockholder the way that any equity holder does," says Kirill Suslov, CEO of Finom and founder of TabTrader.

The quantity of utility NOM tokens is equal to FIN. When purchasing security tokens, each investor gets the same number of utility tokens as a bonus. NOM tokens are expected to be listed on one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges immediately after the Token sale. Alexandr Barkovskiy, CTO of Finom, founder of Nanopool, comments: "We digitize assets so that anyone will be able to purchase them regardless of their level of wealth or expertise. The system will adapt to your goals and offer relevant solutions".

The Finom ecosystem will eventually take care of all financial operations. This would make cryptocurrency circulation and financial transactions with any currency seamless and less costly for users.

"People regularly lose 5-15 percent on commissions. By removing intermediaries, we minimize fees, allowing users to significantly save on transaction costs," notes Konstantin Karatov, business developer at Finom and founder of Cryptonit exchange.

San Francisco-based SharesPost, a FINRA/SEC registered broker-dealer, is facilitating the token sale for Finom. The FIN token will be available for purchase through a Regulation D offering expected to close on December 30, 2017.

About Finom Finom is a financial blockchain corporation grown out of five cryptocurrency companies: Nanopool, TabTrader, Cryptonit exchange, Cryptal mining center and Beetle.io mobile broker. Nanopool is the world’s third largest mining pool of Ethereum. TabTrader provides mobile trading on nearly all major exchanges: Bittrex, Bitfinex, Poloniex, Kraken etc. The companies have a four-year partnership history. Finom makes the world of finance available to everyone by providing a blockchain ecosystem with a single point of entry. The company’s FIN token, is a digital equivalent of four shares of Finom’s common stock. The NOM token serves as the internal currency within the ecosystem and gives its holders ad and commission discounts. Finom’s ecosystem allows anyone to manage digital currencies and assets conveniently and in compliance with regulations.

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