DX.Exchange has opened its markets for the issuers of security tokens, offering one of Europe’s first platforms for secondary liquidity. With this, the Estonian market operator, powered by NASDAQ’s platform, lines up with platforms like Extauri and Neufund, who are also revving up their trading engines for the upcoming security tokens.
The exchange opened this January, and has issued its own security token. The market trades several leading digital coins, and also offers derivatives based on leading tech stocks. But the newly traded assets are giving hopes that the security token sector will finally pick up in 2019.
One of the goals of DX.Exchange is to democratize trading. According to the co-founder and CEO Daniel Skowronski, converting traditional assets to di...
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