CurveBlock To Hold STO Accelerated By UK Commercial Bank

CurveBlock To Hold STO Accelerated By UK Commercial Bank

It is a country banknote accelerator program.

NatWest Bank's Company acceptance into the global economy.

According to the CEO of CurveBlock is to be a real estate investment. 

 

CurveBlock real estate development company will be holding their own security token offering. NatWest's Bank's Accelerator program.


The United Kingdom has been awesome despite the industry growing in Europe. That is quickly changing, however. A few weeks ago, the UK Financial Conduct Authority  released their  crypto-assets. Other companies,  like Fineqia , have been moving to issue bonds in the country.

The Associated Press is of The Reporting  That  CurveBlock , real estate development a Company About enterprise |, will of the BE ITS Announcing own security token Offering. It makes it clear that the program accelerator program.

A paradigm shift

The CurveBlock has been accepted into the  UK NatWest Bank ’s Accelerator program. The goal, according to Gary Woodhead, CEO of Curveblock, is to bring the real estate investment to the masses.

“Banks have always been in real estate development. If you are taking it away, you can take advantage of all the opportunities, regardless of whether you are taking it or not. We are happy to have a partner for a sales partner, ”he told AP.

With experts in place, CurveBlock is looking long-term. Supporting low-income housing needs with 5% of their profits.

The STO is yet to be announced. Stay tuned.

 

Source  https://thetokenist.io 

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