Launch of a new cryptocurrency exchange regulated by Swiss Authorities

 

Author: Nikolay Dimitrov
Date: 6th of July 2018

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As the cruptocurrency community is feverishly expecting the sphere to get regulated so that the institutions feel safe to step in and increase the over all market capitalization, more good news are coming from this direction.

On the 6th of July 2018, SIX – the owner and manager of Switzerland’s stock exchange have stated that they are working on a fully regulated exchange for digital assets. SIX is regulated by the Swiss National Bank, the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority also authorities of Switzerland as stated in the release of SIX.

This will provide a product that is safe, adherent to regulation and flexible enough to meet the needs of this fast changing market. The first services are expected to be available around mid-2019.

Thomas Zeeb, Head Securities and Exchanges at SIX said:

Also according to Jos Dijsselhof – CEO SIX

Switzerland is proving to be extremely crypto-friendly as many projects have registered there.

 

If you have not created an account on the biggest cryptocurrency exchange you can do it here binance.com It is fast and free. This is a safe link, verified by us, going directly to the exchange, as there are many phishing sites, please be aware and careful. Also note that the exchanges close registrations for undetermined timespans when they get overwhelmed, so even if you do not intend on trading now, someday you might decide to and not have the opportunity.

Here are also verified links to good emerging exchanges: bibox.com, kucoin.com, huobi.com

And the biggest fiat currency to crypto gateway coinbase.com, where you can get a 10$ bonus following this link.

 

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