ICOs were all the rage in 2016 and 2017, but more than 50% of them have already failed. Why? First of all, ICOs are not securities, meaning they offer no protection to the “investor” aka purchaser. Second, they hold no real value; they’re simple tokens that buyers hope will eventually increase in value (read: Beanie Babies). Thankfully, the SEC has stepped in to start regulating this industry with something called the STO. Click the video below to learn more about how STO investments can help you (safely) enter the cryptocurrency market.