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Blockchain-based financial supply platform for MSMEs, AladiE...
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Blockchain-based financial supply platform for MSMEs, AladiEx is all set to launch its initial exchange with OTC trading facilities

It is becoming increasingly difficult for small and medium-sized businesses to sustain as corona virus pandemic continues to swipe through the global economy.  SMEs have always had the most difficulties with the traditional funding institutions, and these difficult times are making it even tougher for them to secure capital investment and continue to grow their operations.

 

AladiEx is Tokenizing Traditional Fundraising

AladiEx, a blockchain-based financial supply platform is helping such small businesses by giving them the opportunity to connect with global investors and raise funds to support their businesses. It is also launching a trading exchange where investors can manage and track their assets using advanced trading tools. At a time when bonds, stocks, currencies, and all types of other assets are expected to be tokenized, AladiEx’s financial supply platform powered by the ALADIN token is indeed a promising opportunity for investors as well as fund-raisers.

AladiEx Trading Platform

Just like any other exchange, the AladiEx trading platform offers all the basic trading facilities. However, apart from the basic ones, it is also equipped with a number of trading tools that allow investors to manage their assets efficiently, while also providing SMEs with the capital they need.

 

The AlaidiEx exchange is also equipped with automated features like anti-money laundering (AML) checks, investor verification (KYC), and investor accreditation verification, to ensure absolute safety, transparency, and security for all stakeholders involved in the platform.

 

The AladiEx exchange along with its OTC trading facility will be made live on the 15th of June.

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