NEW YORK & TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--INX Limited (“INX”) today announced its application for listing of its digital security, the INX Token, on the Canadian Securities Exchange (“CSE”). The listing application is subject to the approval of the CSE.
INX recently launched the first SEC-registered digital security IPO for both retail and institutional investors. INX intends to use the net proceeds from the IPO for a launch of a regulated trading platform for digital assets and provide novel trading and capital raising financial instruments to enterprises in collaboration with traditional exchanges worldwide. The CSE is a proponent of exchange-listed digital securities and continues to work towards additional services in connection with the post-trade processes for these securities.
Richard Carleton, CEO of the CSE has stated that “The CSE is working hard towards listing solutions that cater to a rapidly changing and increasingly digitized capital markets environment. Digital securities represent a logical evolution in how investment instruments are constructed, issued, and traded on a regulated marketplace. It comes as no surprise that new product innovations are originating from Israel, where the culture of entrepreneurship and technical leadership are a perfect fit with our exchange.”
Shy Datika, Co-Founder and President of INX commented that “Digital securities represent new opportunities in regulated cross-border trading and multi-listings. It is a new era in capital markets where each listed security can be seamlessly traded on multiple exchanges providing much higher access to capital and liquidity for each trading asset.”
INX aims to provide a regulated trading platform for digital securities combining traditional markets expertise and a novel fintech approach. INX is led by an experienced team of business, finance, and blockchain technology experts unified by the vision of redefining the world of capital markets via the leveraging of blockchain technology and novel regulatory approach.
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