DX launches regulated crypto exchange using Nasdaq technology

DX.Exchange today announced a partnership with Nasdaq, which integrates the DX.Exchange platform with NASDAQ’s matching engine. The new exchange plans to go live in June 2018.

Regulated in the European Union by the EFSA (Estonia Financial Supervision Authority) DX.Exchange wants to provide a transparent and ethical exchange between interested parties.

DX Marketplace Technology also has an additional layer of EFSA regulation, specifically for their E-wallet service,

Funds and personal data are protected with advanced encryption software, as well as vigorous cybersecurity solutions.

DX.Exchange allows institutions and individuals a transparent, “what you see is what you get” platform for purchasing of cryptocurrencies with fiat, trading of cryptocurrencies, and converting crypto back to fiat. There are no trading fees for LITE accounts on the DX.Exchange platforms, only a 10 Euro monthly exchange membership charge.

“Cryptocurrencies have disrupted the Fintech revolution and DX.Exchange stands with the basic principles of blockchain technology, trust, and consistency. Crypto enthusiasts shouldn’t have to pay more than a minimal membership charge to trade with their peers, and they shouldn’t have to trade in an unregulated unsecure environment.  The combination of NASDAQ technology and the DX.Exchange interface is one that will create a one-of-a-kind, fair trading experience, that puts the traders first.”

Daniel Skowronski, CEO of DX.Exchange
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