Thursday,July 18, the stock exchange of Malta (MSX) has signed a Memorandum of understanding bitcoin exchange OKEx on the design and run-oriented institutional investors platform for trading security-tokens.
The new platform has been called OKMSX and is expected to begin in the first quarter of 2019, serving customers from all over the world.
We’re pleased to have signed an MOU with MSX, Fintech arm of the Malta Stock Exchange, to launch a new platform for security tokens.https://t.co/BTeSfPorD5 pic.twitter.com/6pbpnIW7zA
— OKEx (@OKEx_) 19 July 2018
As noted in the statement OKEx, OKMSX will use the experience exchange in the service of trading digital assets and its expertise in the field of security, as well as 26 years of experience in the Malta stock exchange in the regulated securities trading.
MSX also today signed a Memorandum of understanding with the Fifth Force, operated by the German blockchain crowdfunding platform Neufund adjustable about creating a decentralized stock exchange, which will place and offer investors trading licenzirovanie securities and scriptactive.
Reportedly, Neufund is also involved in the project leading cryptocurrency exchange Binance.
This morning at the Malta Stock Exchangehttps://t.co/qZvcW0CciA pic.twitter.com/lpHch2Ktdf
— Neufund (not giving away ETH) (@neufundorg) 19 July 2018
Before launching a global platform, all parties will conduct a pilot project which will determine the most optimal parameters of the new exchange.
As representatives of the Neufund, through this partnership platform will be the main venue for Token Equity Offerings (ETO).
Note that Neufund acts as a partner of the first decentralized Bank of Malta Founders Bank, which in early July has also invested and Binance.
Seven companies are already planning to become members of a site for: he Founders Bank, Brille24, Uniti, Myswooop, Next Big Thing, Blockstate and Emflux Motors.
Earlier, the exchange Binance said he will support the program of development FINTECH start-UPS and entrepreneurship, organized by the Malta stock exchange.
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