Whilst it’s open for discussion, I’m not sure how a partnership with OWN would benefit NASH without some further information in favour of such. I’m aware that OWN will be looking to help projects launch security tokens, but where else could you find that experience?
That’s right, Nash underwent the full security token offering process so the team may know a bit more than some of these other projects that have launched utility tokens, offering a platform to launch security tokens. I’m not saying that they wouldn’t know alot about the process, but it’s ironic they haven’t launched security tokens, themselves.
Also, experience is the best teacher. Nash could build a one stop platform (once they have the human resources) for compliance + tokenisation and then make those security tokens immediately available for trade.
At present, if startups happen to opt to use the OWN platform to launch, expect them to come to NASH sooner or later to request listing once we have the approval to trade securities. There aren’t many security token exchanges so projects will be looking to list on as many as they can.
Sorry if my point is a bit scattered. I just got off a long flight and I couldn’t wait to rejoin the community discussion.