The Most Sophisticated Way To Raise Capital
Source STO is revolutionizing the way companies raise capital. Our goal is to provide a turnkey service coin offering that is fully regulated.
The STO Difference

Securitized Token Offerings (STOs) are changing the way capital is raised by being 100% compliant with security regulations.

Instead of simply raising capital through a public wallet hosted on a landing page, STOs are considered registered securities and are treated as such. All investors have to undergo KYC and AML compliance to ensure that everyone involved is not a bad actor, thus preventing unwarranted attention and scrutiny to the coin. There are many different ways to be compliant – Registering with the SEC, Reg D 506(c), Reg A+, or Reg CF

Ownership of Asset
Investors (Expecting Profit)
Regulated Offerings – KYC
Audited Financials
Blockchain Capital, Science Blockchain
Access to Protocol
Unregulated Crowdsales
Unvalidated Concepts
Ethereum, Ripple
What is Source STO?
We are a consulting agency designed to assist businesses in navigating the ever-changing cryptocurrency space. We specialize in blockchain development, technology integration, digital marketing and legal advice specifically for Securitized Token Offerings (STOs). We have a wide network of resources around the world designed to assist clients in whatever it is that they may need.
Develop a sophisticated marketing strategy designed to attract your ideal investors and fund your project.
File the necessary paperwork with the regulatory agencies in order to acheive the desired funding.
We develop the underlying blockchain technology in line with the type of offering you want to make.
Regulatory Compliance
Different Types of Regulatory Filings
In order to properly conduct a successful STO, you must choose one of the four paths
Register with the SEC

Companies can simply register with the SEC and move forward with a complete IPO. This has not happened yet, however, we expect it to be common in a few years.

Reg D 506(c)

This is fast, easy and efficient. There is no cap on the raise; you file a form D. But you’re limited to raising money for verified accredited investors.

Reg A+

Raise up to $50 million, you are allowed to solicit/market the deal and anyone over 18 can invest. You must file with the SEC and have two years of audited financials.

Regulated Crowdfunding

Raise up to $1.07 million over a 12 month period and generally solicit or market the deal. Anyone over 18 can invest and it’s the fastest and cheapest method available.

Our Many
Option A

Investors with assets over ten million CHF can work directly with Source Reserve.

Option B

Individuals that have assets over one million CHF can work directly with us in building a STO.

Option C

Individuals that work directly with us will receive priority status to invest in all new coins.

Our Newest STO
Power Coin (PWR Coin)
Fixed Limit:
2,400,000,000 USD
Soft Cap:
500,000,000 USD
10 USD = 1 PWR
Min Purchase:
100,000 USD / 10,000 PWR
December 11 (9:00 AM)
December 28 (11:59 PM)
Fund distribution
  • 350 millions Token
  • 150 millions Token sale
  • 10 millions Hard Cap
  • $10.00 - Coin price
Token distribution
  • 45% Distributed to Community
  • 25% Reserved Funding
  • 9% Founders and Team
  • 3% Advisors
  • 3% “Bounty” campaign
1 PWR coin price
0,00154 BTC
ICO Participants
The History of Cryptocurrency
Created in 2009 by pseudonymous developer Satoshi Nakamoto. It used SHA-256, a cryptographic hash function, as its proof-of-work scheme.
Beginning in 2011, some alt coins begin to appear in the cryptocurrency space including Namecoin and Litecoin, thus proving the viability of the cryprocurrencies.
In 2016 Ethereum released their open source blockchain the public. This allowed companies to launch their cryptocurrency on the Ethereum blockchain allowing for a much easier development.
In 2017 there were over 9000 ICOs, 99.9% of which never came to fruition. Millions of dollars were stolen leaving investors with a bad taste in their mouth.
In 2018, the SEC and other regulatory agencies started enforcing unregulated ICOs and investigating/prosecuting companies accused of fraudulent activities.
By mid 2018, companies decided to collaborate with regulatory agencies on how to properly protect themselves as well as investors. This is the newest and safest form of raising capital through cryptocurrency offerings.
Contact us with any questions you may have regarding Securitized Token Offerings, we are happy to help.
Our Advisors
Maximize The Projects Success
Crypto Bank
Private Banking
Currency Mint
Proprietary Blockchain Generation
Source Enterprises
Digital Marketing
Some of the
Technology We Use
What Individuals
Say About STOs
Darren Marble

Any regulated offering allows the issuer to advertise legally, [on]social media and key sites where ICOs are currently not able. The ban has forced issuers to be more creative in terms of how they market and advertise their deals.

Patrick Byrne

The ICO craze of last year created a toxic waste dump of financial assets. To me, that world of ICOs is a superfund site. What we’re developing is a mechanism so that there will be a legal way to go forward, and not create any new toxic waste.

Jay Clayton
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

Those who engage in semantic gymnastics or elaborate structuring exercises in an effort to avoid having a coin be a security are squarely within the crosshairs of our enforcement division.

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