Researchers suggest that utility token issuers should provide basic levels of transparency to the public before listing on exchanges. They say that doing so may increase stakeholder confidence and attract new market participants. This is the key to crypto adoption, according to Duke University School of Law’s FinReg Blog on June 25.
In the blog post, authors Nicholas J. Krapels and Dan Liebau pointed out that the majority of crypto industry experts don’t believe utility token issuers disclose enough information to their stakeholders. This could be the main reason these cryptos do not perform well in the secondary market.
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