Exchange DX.Exchange began to trade Security-Tokens

The recently launched Estonian cryptocurrency exchange DX.Exchange announced the start of trafficking in investment tokens and support for STO.

Now companies will be able to post their Security-tokens issued on other platforms, and European investors will have the opportunity to buy them for Fiat, Bitcoins (

To work with new tools, users will need to undergo additional identification procedures.

The platform began to work in January 2019 and so far functions in a closed mode with about 8 thousand pre-registered users. Full start should take place in April.

It will initially be available only tokens of the Exchange itself (IGWT), which will distribute during the closed STO. Between its owners will be regularly distributed 10% of DX.Exchange profits. Currently, 10 cryptocurrencies are available for trade, as well as toxiced ETF and shares of large technological companies offered by the Cyprus Broker MPS MARKETPLACE Securities.

Those who wish to add their investment tokens on the platform will need to go through the accreditation procedure, which includes a complete verification of the legal, technical and financial components. In addition to the tokensized securities, the platform plans to support virtual assets provided by real estate, works of art and other capital.

Products based on a distributed registry are becoming increasingly popular among investors, so recently on the London Stock Exchange was