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IPO

By Cryptomcmillan1 | Updated on May 24, 2020
Initial Public Offering (IPO) refers to the process where a public company offers newly issued shares to the public and as a result raise capital from public investors. In the context of the crypto world, IPOs are often done in the form of Initial Coin Offering (ICO), Initial Exchange Offering (IEO) or Security Token Offering (STO).

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STO
Security Token Offering (STO) refers to a public offering for tokenized digital securities, or in short security tokens traded in cryptocurrency exchanges.
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Sudden removal of liquidity which typically leads to asset prices crashing from the lack of liquidity to absorb buy/sells.
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