INX aims to bolster its leadership position in the digital assets’ ecosystem with the acquisition of Openfinance, one of the pioneers of regulated trading platforms in this space. Openfinance listings include companies such as Blockchain Capital, Spice VC and Lottery.com. INX intends to assure continuity of operations and service to Openfinance’s customer base.
“Digital securities represent a new evolution in traditional capital markets. There are massive benefits of listing and trading digital assets versus traditional equities,” said Shy Datika, president and founder of INX. “Openfinance has pioneered this space and earned the respect of Wall Street, the blockchain community, and U.S. regulators. We are proud to add those incredible achievements to the INX portfolio – offering investors more access to liquidity.”
Openfinance CEO Jim Stonebridge stated that “INX and Openfinance share the same vision of providing a safe and regulated ecosystem for listing and trading of digital assets. We believe that regulatory oversight, combined with liquidity, will make digital assets the financial instrument of choice for companies and investors seeking to access and raise capital. The consolidation of two leading platforms will be the catalyst needed to move this industry forward.”
INX recently launched the first SEC-registered digital security IPO for both retail and institutional investors. INX plans to provide novel trading and capital raising financial instruments to enterprises and companies worldwide.
For more information about INX, visit https://www.inx.co/ .
INX aims to provide a regulated trading platform for digital securities and cryptocurrencies 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.
Openfinance is transforming alternative asset investing with the leading trading platform for the secondary trading of digital securities. Backed by a team of industry veterans and key partnerships, Openfinance provides unprecedented access to liquidity and investment opportunity in the $8.8 trillion alternative asset market. Through our wholly owned broker/dealer, Openfinance Securities, LLC, Member FINRA/SIPC, Openfinance is an SEC-designated ATS licensed to trade digitally formatted securities, including blockchain-based STOs.
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