Both of these formats are types of digital token offerings currently available. They are similar to the models used in the current capital market. Let's take a look at how they are similar and different.
A limited offer refers to the sale of tokens to a limited number of investors. It is subject to regulations and guidelines set by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The capital raised or the number of investors who can invest in the digital token will be limited.
A public offer refers to offering tokens to the general public without limitations on the number of investors or the value of the capital raised. It is subject to regulations and practices set by the SEC to ensure transparency, fairness, and investor protection.