The blockchain technology has long been associated with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tether, Dogecoin, and many others. To date, 10.054 cryptos and 383 exchange platforms are indexed according to the CoinMarketCap, accounting for a trading volume of approximately US$ 185 billion in 24h (data for May/25th, 2021). According to PwC, by 2025, most businesses are expected to be using the blockchain technology in some form, with 10% to 15% of the worldwide infrastructure adopting blockchain within a decade and a global economic impact to boost the global GDP by US$ 1.76 trillion (1.4% of the global GDP – by 2030). As businesses across the globe seek to reconfigure and sustain their operations, 61% started planning to have the digital transformation as one of the core operations and process priorities. The blockchain technology is also enabling new forms of global blockchain fundraising to support innovations and ventures.

Blockchain technology can exert a major impact on all industrial sectors, despite of any specifics and complexities. The technology shows great potential to continuously evolve and take on new uses. As a flexible platform, the world expects more advanced blockchain applications to emerge soon that can benefit everyone. Shorter, more focused sentences help convey the key points clearly while maintaining an informal tone. One of the major benefits of blockchain is its potential to create, store and safely share sensitive information. Contracts, identity documents, certificates, official records, trades and agreements can all be verified in a safe and secure way.

Blockchain success needs friendly policies and a ready business world. Switzerland led the way by explicitly regulating cryptocurrency issuance and fundraising. Known for high standards, strong banks, and firm rules, Switzerland acted first. The Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) oversees crypto regulation and initial coin offerings there. FINMA sets rules all issuers must legally follow. This aims to make investments trustworthy and minimize risk for buyers. Strict yet innovative, Switzerland blazed a trail for balancing progress and protection.

Driven by the social and ethical demands and a strict code of conduct, EDSX is fully compliant with FINMA‘s regulations and exercises business practices fully devoted to the Swiss laws.

EDSX will be the first platform in Europe with a primary and secondary market for both institutional and retails.

Overall, the technology drives global blockchain fundraising and entrepreneurship through a perfect match. EDSX fully commits to supporting every aspect of this financial revolution. Please contact us to know more about our services and fundraising opportunities.

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Based in Zug, the platform is fully compliant with all Swiss laws related to financial intermediaries, banking, anti-money laundering, and organized trading facilities. Among its core values, there are innovative solutions through blockchain technology, which ensures security and liquidity.

EDSX is the first platform in Europe with primary and secondary markets for both institutional and retails. EDSX is a pioneering platform that employs the world’s leading technology to globally list security tokens in both primary and secondary markets, listing digital securities of real financial instruments to the public with a decentralized peer-to-peer exchange. Our goal is to fully engage every aspect of the financial revolution.

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