Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) plans to launch a technology-based platform blockchain. As expected, the test version is to be launched in the second half of 2021.
The Warsaw Stock Exchange targets blockchain
As officially reported by the WSE press office, work is currently underway to create a platform that will use blockchain technology.
Its task will be to match newly established companies with potential investors. Work on the project currently covers three areas, which are legal, technological and business issues.
The latter include consultations with future potential users of the platform.
Investment in game tokens
The launch of the new platform is treated by the WSE as one of the priority tasks, and this project is one of the elements of the GPW Group's strategy planned for 2022.
First, a blockchain-based solution is to be implemented to provide companies with the opportunity to raise capital. According to the WSE, testing of the platform will start in the second half of 2021.
The stock exchange also intends to include in its new project a group of token-based services, including investment opportunities in tokens game projects.
About the WSE
The Warsaw Stock Exchange is a public company that has been listed on the trading floor it operates since 2010. The WSE offers a regulated market for stocks and similar assets, as well as an alternative stock market NewConnect, dedicated to growth companies.
In addition, commodity markets and the market also thrive as part of the exchange's activities Catalyst intended for entities operating corporate and municipal bonds.