tZero Launched Security Token Trading Platform, Aims to Digitalize Capital Markets

tZero, a subsidiary of online retailer giant Overstock, has opened a platform for security tokens trading. The company is going to lead the capital markets into the digital era.

tZero — a crypto exchange for secondary trading of security tokens — announced a launching own. Now accredited investors can trade tZero tokens along with other financial instruments on its platform.

The company is not going to stop at this, and in the future promises to expand trading tools on the exchange. In particular, tZero wants to add trades with tokenized assets, including debt instruments, commodities and real estate.

“The world of security tokens has lacked a regulated venue for secondary trading. The trading of our own security tokens is the crossing of the Rubicon for the new world of digital assets. This will create liquidity, democratize access, bring transparency and efficiency to global markets and accelerate the adoption of security tokens,” said tZero CEO Saum Noursalehi.

  • tZero held the security token offering (STO) in 2016. At that time, more than 1,000 investors from around the world contributed $134 million in the company.
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