Utility tokens provide users with access to a product or service with no expectation of profit and are unregulated. Security tokens are used as an investment and are regulated by the SEC.
Not all cryptocurrencies have their own blockchains. Instead they run on top of other platforms like ERC20 tokens run on top of Ethereum. This video explains what these tokens are and why ERC20 was created.
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A utility token is a digital token that is issued in order to either fund development of a cryptocurrency and/or project/platform, or it may serve a “Service” or “Utility” feature on the platform.
It also might be used initially for funding and later used to purchase a good or service offered by the issuer of the tokens.
Utility tokens are digital assets that have been specifically designed to be spent within a certain blockchain ecosystem.
A token is a scarce digital asset whose ownership is tracked on a public blockchain.
Tokenization refers to the accelerating trend of representing digital and real-world assets as tokens on public blockchains, such as Ethereum.
What is 0x?
0x is a community-owned protocol that provides p2p exchange infrastructure and aggregated liquidity that enables the crypto economy to swap tokens at the best prices.