Digital Securities + Blockchain Development


Because everyone answers to somebody.


Sharkaroo is not a broker-dealer, securities attorney, investment advisor in any jurisdiction globally. Always do your own research with your own professionals representing you. We do work with or are partners with all the above, giving our clients the freedom of best in class services providers when pursuing a digital securities offering. We do not offer a single hammer, and not everything looks like a nail.

If you can’t afford your own representation, you probably should not even be on this web page. Perhaps Grant Cardone can help you?

Sharkaroo is a group of over-enthusiastic techies who have been let loose on the world of fintech, regtech, blockchain, AI, and quantum computing. So look out!

Compliance Objectives

1) Don’t get sued, don’t let our clients be sued.

If that sounds simplistic, well it is. We walk well north of the line and will always err on the side of caution, rather than a few more points in a deal.

2) Everything that we—or our partners touch—has a clear audit trail, so that if #1 happens, we can prove compliance in all areas, quickly, before the lawyers have to get involved.

3) Compliance in all things large and small. We are project managing your digital securities offering, often a substantial amount of funds. We want to be boring and completely transparent to the regulatory investigators such as the SEC and FINRA. There is nothing to see, as all the i’s were dotted, and t’s crossed.

We only work with the best in the industry, and will gladly walk away from any deal that has even a whiff of non-compliance. In fact, we have done so, on numerous occasions and as a result left millions on the table…but we can sleep soundly at night!

4) Get our clients offerings to secondary markets just as soon as share lock-up is released. This is easier said than done, as the only national exchange globally welcoming digital securities is Thailand, and a few small island nations. There are alternative trading systems about to come online “soon” however they have thin order books. The large exchanges have promised a solution—with the exception of London, who chose to sit back and watch what happens—so we will see what occurs. There may have to be an inter-exchange digital standards protocol created, and Sharkaroo is too small of a company to be leading this particular crusade.

Many crypto exchanges have created an new IEO offering,with near criminal charges and fees, ignoring securities laws, and which the SEC is actively investigating now. We are not touching that market with a barge pole.

Current Regulatory Environments Supported

  • United States

  • Canada

  • European Union - 90%, still trying to figure out GDPR compliance

  • Switzerland - 80%, who knew they had tough financial regulation?

  • Singapore

  • Thailand

  • Other countries added according to market demand or if someone wants it very badly.


  • UAE

  • Hong Kong

  • Australia

  • South Africa

  • Mexico

  • United Kingdom