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Posted by: vindyne8
« on: 15. January 2018., 23:32:30 »

JCO: A Solution to Brewing ICO-palypse
Hop on Finova Telegram to find out more:
Posted by: vindyne8
« on: 13. January 2018., 22:13:45 »

Have questions on the #JCO process or the #Finova pre-sale? Join the telegram and ask the team:
Posted by: vindyne8
« on: 11. January 2018., 12:41:12 »

Beyond the Red Tape: The Path Ahead for Token Sales

Beyond Bitcoin Futures
Bitcoin Futures Not the Only New Way to Invest with Crypto
Posted by: vindyne8
« on: 09. January 2018., 17:04:11 »

You can finally put the ICO behind you and invest in the JCO, a more stable opportunity to enter the cryptocurrency space that complies with SEC regulations:

Posted by: vindyne8
« on: 22. December 2017., 16:28:50 »

JOBS Crypto Offering Whitepaper released
Posted by: vindyne8
« on: 04. December 2017., 16:10:39 »

Posted by: vindyne8
« on: 29. November 2017., 21:53:29 »

Move Over ICO, There’s Another Fundraising Vehicle In Town:
Posted by: vindyne8
« on: 27. November 2017., 20:16:23 »

The Cooley legal team posted a statement November 8, 2017 regarding their client Finova Financial's unveiling of the JOBS Crypto Offering:

Finova Financial Unveils JOBS Crypto Offering

Cooley advised Finova Financial on the creation of a fundraising process known as a JOBS crypto offering or JCO. The offering, when completed, will give investors the opportunity to invest in equity ownership of previously privately held companies using cryptocurrency. This regulated public securities offering would allow non-accredited investors to use cryptocurrency to invest in established companies.

“We think the JCO has the potential to have a massive impact on the way startups raise funds, while creating some much-needed regulatory clarity in the crypto investing space,” said Sheel Mohnot, partner at 500 Startup.

JCOs are designed as a hybrid of initial coin offering investments, which allow companies to raise capital more readily through cryptocurrency investments, and a traditional IPO. In a JCO, tokens representing ownership of shares of capital stock would be tracked on a distributed ledger, or blockchain, and would be sold pursuant to a registration statement filed under the Securities Act or, for a transaction exempt from registration under the Securities Act, pursuant to Rule 251 under the Securities Act.

JCOs are the brainchild of fintech entrepreneur Gregory Keough, current CEO of Finova and former CEO of Mobile Financial Services, a MasterCard and Telefonica joint venture for mobile financial services.

“I liked the idea of the ICOs when they were first introduced, as they looked like an exciting way for startups to raise funds from small investors, but I had concerns about regulatory compliance practices, especially for tokens that are clearly securities,” said Keough. “I designed the JCO as a process to open the doors of opportunity for the small investor, allowing them to participate using cryptocurrency in security offerings in compliance with SEC regulations. I envision the tokens sold in JCOs being listed on an alternative trading system, creating a liquid security and providing companies with an alternative to a traditional initial public offering.”

Read Finova's announcement:

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About Finova Financial
Working to transform the future of banking on a global scale, Finova Financial develops fair and affordable digital financial technologies to create a more inclusive financial system and provide a path to financial health for the 2 billion people outside of the traditional financial system.
Founded in 2015 by a team of financial services, technology and payment experts, Finova has raised $155M in capital and is backed by leading Silicon Valley venture capital firms and Wall Street private equity investors and had one of the largest initial funding rounds in FinTech history. The firm has generated over $2 million in 2017 revenue to date, with an annual ROIC of 101.7%.


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