This card is very good! As noted by Silv, if there are just two advanced cards on the table, this becomes better than Hedge Fund. But in the right deck it can make ludicrous amounts of money. Let's take a minute to compare to its obvious cousin Commercialization.
The problem with Commercialization is not that it only gives 1 per advancement token. It wouldn't be terribly hard to get four or more tokens on a card, therefore making this better than Hedge Fund. The problem is two-fold. If you are placing a bunch of tokens on a single piece of ICE, the runner is going to be pretty wary of it. He or she may just try to avoid the ICE altogether. The second problem is that you are putting all your eggs in one basket. If the right piece of Cutlery or a well timed Forged Activation Order strikes, then that whole investment is gone. Mass Commercialization avoids both these problems while also doubling the gain. Then too, it is influence free, so Tennin can spend their 15 elsewhere.
This card obviously finds a place in any Tennin, Because We Built It, or Builder of Nations deck. But it may well be good enough to influence the construction of other Weyland decks. You might consider including more advance-able ICE in your Building a Better World deck. Advance just two ICE and you'll get 5 with a play cost of 0. Remember too that the tokens to not have to be on ICE. Traps and agendas count too (and runner cards if you are playing as Tennin).
Now if you want to go all in with this card, there are several cards to consider adding as well. This includes, but is not limited to: Anson Rose, Space Camp, Satellite Grid, Shipment from Kaguya, Trick of Light, and Matrix Analyzer.