Aspen Digital Token
An opportunity to gain equity ownership stake in
The St. Regis Aspen Resort in Aspen Colorado.
Attract investors, customers and even potential partners from Indiegogo’s extensive international community spanning more than 200 countries
Offer securities and utility tokens to qualified investors (Accredited & Non-Accredited)
Enjoy complete, hands-on, end-to-end strategic marketing support for a global audience
Access a large range of securities & compliance capabilities by conducting token sales through a registered broker dealer and FINRA registered funding portal
Ability to work with multiple securities frameworks (Regulation CF, D, A+, S)
Full service investor accreditation, KYC, AML, money transmission and much more.
Expert Whitepaper review by Indiegogo, MicroVentures, leading securities & cryptocurrency law firms
Gain exposure to investors who value Indiegogo’s curated mix of offerings
Profile your offering alongside other carefully reviewed companies
What is an ICO or Token Sale?
An Initial Coin Offering, also commonly referred to as an ICO, is a fundraising mechanism in which new projects sell their underlying crypto tokens in exchange for bitcoin and ether. It’s somewhat similar to an Initial Public Offering ( IPO ) in which investors purchase shares of a company.
What is the use of token?
A security token (sometimes called an authentication token) is a small hardware device that the owner carries to authorize access to a network service. The device may be in the form of a smart card or may be embedded in a commonly used object such as a key fob.
What is a security token?
A security token represents traditional, private security interest. It could represent a share in a company, an LP interest in a fund or a trust, a member share in an LLC. Essentially, you’re taking something that today you have on paper and you’re putting an electronic wrapper around it.
How is security token different than utility tokens?
These protocol tokens, utility tokens or ICOs refer to tokens that power a decentralized software. For example, if you’re using decentralized file source — think something like DropBox but done in a decentralized fashion — you’d have a storage coin that would power this system & it would be a payment mechanism for the system. Think of it almost like a pre-paid software license. But the key here is that it’s not a security interest. You do not own anything in the company and there is no real world asset that backs it.
Why security tokens?
Security tokens replace paper certificates with digital tokens on the blockchain. Security tokens enable liquidity, trading scale, and new financing models that benefit both the investor and the issuer. For the last 1,000 years ownership of most assets was managed by all parties to each transaction signing paper certificates. With tokenized securities, there is one document that defines the rights of token holders, and the tokens themselves are a proxy to that master document, and can trade just like cryptocurrencies, within regulations.
What is a SMART contract?
Smart contracts are self-executing contracts with the terms of the agreement between buyer and seller being directly written into lines of code. The code and the agreements contained therein exist across a distributed, decentralized blockchain network. Smart contracts permit trusted transactions and agreements to be carried out among disparate, anonymous parties without the need for a central authority, legal system, or external enforcement mechanism. They render transactions traceable, transparent, and irreversible.
The token platform follows ERC20 protocols for the tokenization of securities and other assets. The ERC-20 standard facilitates the creation of functional tokens for the Ethereum network. Ethereum is defined as the next generation blockchain, which aims to support such advanced features including user-issued coins, decentralized exchanges, and smart contracts.
Who can invest?
Initial Token holders may be either; Accredited Investors in accordance with applicable laws, or Non-U.S. persons as defined in applicable laws.
Under the Reg D 506 ( c ): Only accredited investors in the U.S can participate in the Aspen Digital Coin offering.
Under Reg S: All international investors accredited or not accredited can participate in the Aspen Digital Coin.
Where can you purchase Aspen Digital Tokens?
Investors may go to Templum Markets for the on boarding process to purchase Aspen Digital Coins. Investors will need to provide the necessary information to ensure that purchasers of Aspen Digital Tokens are adhering to applicable to KYC and AML guidelines.
Does my token give me the right to say at the St Regis Aspen for free?
No. There will be no free perks attached to Aspen Digital Coin in regards to free hotel room or free hotel accommodations at the St. Regis Aspen or any St. Regis hotel.
Where and how do I keep my tokens?
You can keep Aspen tokens in any wallet that supports ERC-20 tokens including your free Aspen Web Wallet. However you can transfer these to other wallets if you choose to. The following wallets are known to be compatible with Ethereum tokens (ERC-20 standard):
MyEtherWallet (no download needed) MetaMask (Firefox and Chrome browser addon) Mist (Desktop) Parity (Desktop).