Asian companies looking to host an STO in the future just got a powerful alley. The token issuance platform Polymath announced a strategic partnership with one of Asia’s most successful STO consulting firms – the QRC Group. The partnership strengthens Polymath‘s presence in the region. Also, it provides future STOs with the added guidance needed to make their crowdfunding campaigns a success.
News of the strategic partnership first broke via a Polymath blog post. In the post, the firm discusses Polymath’s goal to make token issuance as easy as possible. Notably, providing companies access to valuable third-parties is an integral part of Polymath’s all-inclusive strategy.
The QRC Group has an excellent reputation as an established STO advisory in the Asian marketplace. This Hong Kong-based firm provides companies with a plethora of STO-related services such as turnkey issuance. Additionally, QRC provides end-to-end solutions for STOs, including access to regulated secondary market trading.
Speaking on the developments, the CEO of the QRC Group, Shoga Ishida described the partnership as an “important milestone” for his firm. Ishida pointed out Polymath’s ideal position in the market. He then explained how QRC plans to help businesses seeking more guidance. According to the post, QRC will offer consultation in:
- Token issuance
- Technical infrastructure
Currently, QRC hosts a variety of blockchain-related programs. These run the full scope of the sector ranging from production and investment services, all the way to identity verification platforms. Additionally, the company has a native multi-currency STO wallet capable of storing over a thousand different tokens in the works.
Notably, QRC continues to push for international STO standards for the Asian and Southeast Asian markets. Asia plays a huge role in the crypto market. QRC believes that standards are needed in order for the STO market to reach its full potential in the region. Importantly, businesses need this regulatory framework in place before considering STOs to be an attractive alternative to the status quo.
The QRC Group currently works with multiple universities including Taiwan Tech and the University of Malaya. These programs study the effects of blockchain technology, and how it relates to the digitization of the global markets.
Polymath on QRC Group Services
Polymath’s Head of Tokenization, Graeme Moore also took a moment to describe why the QRC Group was the perfect addition to the Polymath ecosystem. He explained why connecting high-quality service providers with valuable business resources, is critical for the developing STO space.
Polymath continues to expand its network. The firm made headlines numerous times this year including in June when it partnered with Ethereum co-founder, Charles Hoskinson on the Polymesh project. Polymesh is a separate blockchain designed specifically for compliant tokens.
Polymath – STO Pioneers
Polymath’s expanding network is just one example of how STO providers plan to bridge the knowledge gap between businesses interested in hosting STOs, and providers of these services. The addition of the QRC Group provides the network with a host of valuable resources. You can expect to see these services play a major role in Polymath’s future token issuances.
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