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The 10 Hottest Cryptocurrency Startups Of 2018

The top 10 cryptocurrency startups this year include companies solving challenges around accessing short and leveraged tokens, hosting cryptocurrency reference material, and offering a trading platform for digital assets.

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Harbor

CEO: Joshua Stein

Harbor in April raised $28 million in new funding to reengineer private securities with blockchain technology. The corporate round led by Founders Fund is expected to help usher in a new wave of tokenized securities backed by real-world assets such as real estate, company equity, investment funds, and fine art, according to Harbor.

The regulated token is a core component of Harbor's compliance protocol, checking every trade and only permitting transactions to occur if they meet applicable rules for that specific offering. The rules can span the gamut from limiting the number of total investors to only allowing specific types of investors or implementing a holding period.

Harbor was founded in September 2017, and has raised more than $40 million in three rounds of outside funding. Over the summer, the San Francisco-based company began delivering the first platform for issuers of securities and licensed broker-dealers to bring fully compliant tokenized securities to market.

 
 
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