Native profit sharing tokens are ones that would fail the Howey Test. These tokens are native to their respective applications. Similar to a classic security, ownership of the profit sharing token programmatically gives access to scheduled dividends.
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Phil J Bonello
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This is an incorrect understanding of the securities laws and the nature of the firm. While in many cases sharing of profits is associated with a security, not all sharing of profits have a centralized entity in which they are relying on to produce those profits. Thus, they are not security. [This is not a comment on your below examples but on your terminology.] (not legal advice. get your own attorney)