Currency.com

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About Currency.com

The newly-launched platform allows investors “trade, invest in, and benefit from exposure to, real-world financial instruments by directly using cryptocurrencies,” Currency.com stated in a press release. It plans to issue more than 10,000 tokenised securities that will track and mirror the performance of common financial instruments. For instance, a crypto investor would be able to buy a token tied to an Apple share on Nasdaq, etc.

Currency.com Details
Operating Status: Active
Business Type: Private
Founded: 2008
Headquarters: Gibraltar
Currency.com News
World’s First Regulated Tokenized Securities Exchange Currency.com Launches to the Public
May 4th, 2019

Currency.com, a Belarus-based tokenized exchange, has announced that it would launch its main service. The company started beta in January and now the platform is ready for launch.

Partner at Squire Patton Boggs Danica Šebestova Will Discuss Legal Issues of Blockchain
March 14th, 2019

On March 22, 2019, Smile-Expo will organize the fifth annual blockchain conference in Prague.

New Crypto Security Trading Platform Set to Tokenize Shares of Uber, Airbnb, and Space X
January 24th, 2019

Zilliqa and MaiCoin, are launching Hg Exchange – a new Singapore-based fully regulated token exchange that will allow tokenization of the existing shares.

Belarus-based Currency.com Launches the World’s First Regulated Tokenized Securities Exchange
January 15th, 2019

Licensed, authorized and regulated by the High Technology Park of Belarus, Currency.com allows investors to trade, invest in, and benefit from real-world financial instruments by directly using cryptocurrencies.

Currency.com Launches World’s First Tokenized Securities Trading Platform
January 15th, 2019

Cryptocurrency investors can now participate in traditional financial markets with ease using crypto directly without converting to fiat first.

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