Security Tokens and Stablecoins Quick Start Guide (Packt)
Wednesday, 22 May 2019

Subtitled "Learn how to build STO and stablecoin decentralized applications", this book is a guide to understanding, developing, and testing popular security-token smart contracts. Authors Weimin Sun, Xun (Brian) Wu, and Angela Kwok cover key Blockchain and Ethereum platforms concepts. The book includes a step-by-step guide to developing STO smart contracts on Ethereum, and covers how to monetize digital tokens under various U.S. securities laws.



Authors: Weimin Sun, Xun (Brian) Wu, and Angela Kwok
Publisher: Packt
Date: April 2019
Pages: 234
ISBN: 978-1838551063
Print: 1838551069
Kindle: : B07RF4SJ13
Audience: blockchain developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Security


  • Understand the basic requirements for launching a security token offering
  • Explore various US securities laws governing the offering of security digital tokens
  • Get to grips with the stablecoin concept with the help of use cases
  • Learn how to develop security token decentralized applications
  • Understand the difference between ERC-20 and ERC-721 tokens
  • Learn how to set up a development environment and build security tokens
  • Explore the technical design of stablecoins


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