The regulatory landscape for tokenizations is dependent on the type of tokenization involved, the location of the project, and the location of the investors. By nature of being a security, security tokens are going to be dealt with much differently than non-security tokens, e.g., utility tokens, stablecoins, etc.
Each country and municipality will have an applicable framework for incorporation and securities that projects will need to comply with. Additionally, many jurisdictions have regulations related to non-citizens investing in local residential properties. For example, Switzerland has a law that prohibits non-Swiss, non-resident investors from investing in residential properties in Switzerland.
In addition to these, there are laws related to white collar crime. Know-your-customer (KYC), anti-money laundering (AML) and accreditation verification requirements must be satisfied as well. All of these different rules and regulations will have their own ongoing reporting and disclosure standards. Our team will work hand-in-hand with your counsel and securities attorneys to ensure the requirements of your specific projects are represented in the tokenization architecture used in our smart contracts.