DX.Exchange

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DX.Exchange
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Founded 2017
Headquarters Tallinn, Estonia
Key People Daniel Skowronski, CEO
Employees 50-200
Products Cryptocurrency Exchange
Twitter @DXdotExchange
LinkedIn Profile
Facebook dx.exchange
Website DX.Exchange Home

DX.Exchange is a cryptocurrency exchange that offers crypto and blockchain-related services to businesses and customers. The company has offices in Estonia and Israel.[1] It is owned and operated by Coins Marketplace Technologies, which is based in Estonia.[2][3]

Products and Services

DX.Exchange is a licensed crypto-to-crypto, fiat-to-crypto, and crypto-to-fiat exchange based in Estonia. The company also plans on offering tokenized stock trading starting January 7, 2019. According to the company's website, DX.Exchange employs over 70 employees for research and development globally and their exchange uses Nasdaq's matching technology to facilitate trades.[4]

A week after its launch, the exchange experienced widespread criticism for security issues that could potentially leak private user information. DX announced that it had applied a security patch to the exchange's software to rectify the issues, though critics said their response was slow.[5]

Tokenized Stocks

DX.Exchange plans to allow customers to buy stocks for 10 companies listed on the Nasdaq exchange, including Apple Inc., Facebook, Amazon.com, Microsoft, Netflix, and Nvidia, using securitized digital tokens. These tokens, which are based on the Ethereum platform, will be bought on behalf of customers by DX's partner company, MPS MarketPlace Securities Ltd., a financial trading and custody company based in Limassol, Cyprus. They will also be purchasable using cryptocurrency as well as fiat currency. Once purchased, they will be held on behalf of token holders in a segregated account. DX plans on testing the demand for such services, eventually expanding them to New York, Tokyo, and Hong Kong, if they are successful.[6][7][8]

Licenses

DX.Exchange holds operating licenses with the Estonian Financial Intelligence Unit. The first license allows them to provide services to exchange virtual currencies against fiat currencies. The second license allows them to provide virtual currency wallet services.[9] DX's CEO, Daniel Skowronski, told Bloomberg that DX is fully authorized to operate in the European Union, but does not operate in the U.S.[10]


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