INX combines SEC-registered security tokens and cryptos in one platform

Rick Steves

“By bringing together our security token trading platform with our cryptocurrency trading platform and primary offering services, INX is pioneering a new era of digital asset investing for both primary and secondary markets that benefits everyone – not just a select few.”

The INX Digital Company, Inc. has converged its security token trading platform with its cryptocurrency trading platform to now offer a seamless and secure single point of entrance called INX ONE.

INX ONE will act as a fully-regulated, end-to-end platform for listing and trading both SEC-registered security tokens and cryptocurrencies. Catering to institutional and retail investors, the platform offers a full suite of services for issuers looking to raise money through a security token offering.

The firm aims to increase access for U.S. and international investors to the growing opportunities in the digital economy while providing the necessary regulatory guardrails through close collaboration with U.S. and global regulators.

In 2021, INX became the first SEC-registered digital security IPO – closing with $83.6 million in gross proceeds from over 7,300 retail and institutional investors. 92.9 million INX Tokens were sold in the IPO.

INX ONE allows users to participate in security token offerings

Shy Datika, Chief Executive Officer at INX, said: “The launch of INX ONE marks a pivotal moment in the evolution of the digital economy. Never before have investors and issuers had an opportunity to bring their unique communities together on a single, regulated, global hub for digital assets on the blockchain. By bringing together our security token trading platform with our cryptocurrency trading platform and primary offering services, INX is pioneering a new era of digital asset investing for both primary and secondary markets that benefits everyone – not just a select few.

“INX ONE is a continuation of a journey that started with INX’s initial public offering of the INX Token and now includes a massive step forward in shaping the blockchain asset industry with an integrated and regulated environment with oversight from regulators like the SEC and FINRA. We see INX as a bridge between the legacy capital markets and their future.”

Itai Avneri, Deputy CEO and Chief Operating Officer at INX, added: “INX ONE offers a truly unique user experience, where customers onboard once, fund their account with crypto or fiat, and are also able to seamlessly transfer between the different asset classes, including participating in security token offerings. There are more than 300 exchanges in the world and INX ONE is the first and only platform that allows institutions and retail investors the opportunity to fully engage in the wealth of opportunities the digital economy offers.”

For security token issuers, INX ONE is a Token-as-a-Service (TaaS) platform designed for capital raise purposes. An end-to-end solution for issuers, INX ONE Issuance Services includes transfer agent, broker/dealer, and ATS licenses to raise capital and list the token for secondary trading, smart contract design, and marketing and promotion support.

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