Thanks for your comment and we will look to update the content to reflect the rise of STOs in more recent times. To your question, for Initial Coin Offerings ("ICOs"), you do not have control or a right to a share of the token which means tokens that provide utility and give no claims and rights (similar to Kickstarter products that are asking for support). For Securitised Token Offerings ("STOs"), the offering is backed by something tangible like assets, profits, or revenue of a company. When an STO happens, you are selling some form or right or potential control of the company. Hope that answers your question - do let me know if you have further queries.