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Why you need to tokenize your startup!

by Zach Robins and David Duccini

Digital assets like Bitcoin were just the tip of the iceberg. Blockchain based distributed ledgers can take the friction out of managing stakeholders and when applied to illiquid assets like private company stock - the benefits are manifold - from easing capital raises to streamlining transfers to onchain voting + dividends to liquidity and more. Learn about how you can tokenize your company!

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Zach Robins

I'm a Securities attorney at Messerli & Kramer and co-founder of MNvest.org, promoting the state's investment crowdfunding law.

http://linkedin.com/in/zjrobins

David Duccini

David V Duccini is a well-regarded information security expert with real world “wire-to-web” e-commerce experience. In addition to having built an Internet Service Provider from scratch in the 1990’s he has been on a self-described “tour of duty” consulting with Fortune 50 banks, insurance companies, utilities, telecom, biomedical, and recently retail. Mr. Duccini holds advanced degrees in Software Engineering from the University of St. Thomas and an MBA from the Carlson School of Management. A serial entrepreneur, he has been involved in a half dozen startups. He joined the crypto-currency movement in late 2010 and two years ago launched 2Give.Info an innovative pro-social stakeholder based cryptocurrency network.

His latest venture is an equity crowdfunding platform taking advantage of the MNvest regulations linked to a blockchain based system named Silicon Prairie Online.

When he’s not at the keyboard, he can usually be found practicing his pilot skills moving rescue dogs around the midwest in his Cessna 152. He lives in St. Paul with his wife Gabrielle and their two mini-dachshunds, Ginger and Duke.


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