Cyberdyne Tech Exchange (CTX) recently announced the launch of the world's first regulated digital exchange for tokens based on assets. The platform will be powered by Nasdaq technology.
Licensed CTX exchange
The tokens available on the exchange launched by the Singapore-based CTX will represent a fraction of the value of real assets. We are talking here, among others about green infrastructure, equity, real estate, art, Bitcoinie i Ethereum. CTX is also to provide comprehensive token care. The decision to launch the new stock exchange was preceded by the granting of all necessary licenses, including licenses from the monetary authorities of Singapore.
Green assets and their potential
CTX sees enormous potential in issuing and trading tokens representing green assets, which can take many forms. From solar farms to green industrial parks, to sustainable agriculture and zero-emission mobility. As the CEO and co-founder of CTX, Bai Bo, argued, security tokens are the future of the digital economy. They provide investors with an opportunity to participate in the ownership of hard-to-reach investments, and companies are provided with a new source of financing that is not only profitable but also liquid. Importantly, the new exchange launched by CTX will comply with the regulations in force in Singapore. And these are considered to be one of the strictest.
Bai also argues that the plan is for CTX to become a major driver of green finance. At the same time, it will also be the first exchange to require disclosure of information on carbon dioxide emissions by each of the assets traded in its system. The commercial architecture of CTX, as announced, will be based on the high-quality Nasdaq mechanisms that many financial institutions have already relied on.
Cyberdyne Tech Exchange it also requires each issuer to meet listing standards that include both qualitative and quantitative criteria. All asset-backed tokens are priced on the basis of CTX's proprietary bookbuilding process, thus ensuring high transparency.
Cyberdyne Tech Exchange is a licensed digital exchange regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore. It is based on advanced Nasdaq technology. CTX commenced operations in 2018 and currently provides qualified investors with a comprehensive digital asset trading infrastructure. The stock exchange aims to become a global center for green finance and the first exchange to include carbon emissions data for both issuers and investors.