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Sologenic Lists 30 Securities Exchanges For Stocks Tokenization

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European crypto exchange CoinField is getting closer to the launch date of its ambitious Sologenic project.  This week it announced all of the stock exchanges that will be “compatible” for tokenized assets trading on the XRP Ledger.  Once live, the Sologenic ecosystem will allow trading of 40,000 stocks, ETFs and commodities. These traditional assets will be turned into stablecoins and backed by real-word assets, per Sologenic. 

Here is the complete and very impressive list of traditional stock exchanges that Sologenic is adding to its platform:

NASDAQ

New York Stock Exchange & NYSE MKT

Toronto Stock Exchange

TSX Venture Exchange

Athens Exchange

BME Spanish Exchanges

Deutsche Borse (XETRA)

Irish Stock Exchange

Johannesburg Stock Exchange

London Stock Exchange & IOB

Milan Stock Exchange

NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen, Helsinki and Stockholm

NYSE Euronext Amsterdam AEX, Brussels, Lisbon and Paris

Oslo Stock Exchange

Prague Stock Exchange

SIX Swiss Exchange

Wiener Borse / Vienna Stock Exchange

Warsaw Stock Exchange

Australian Securities Exchange

Hong Kong Exchanges

HK Stock Connect

Singapore Exchange

Tokyo Stock Exchange   

Commenting on the announcement, CoinField’s CEO and Sologenic’s Co-creator Bob Ras said: “What makes Sologenic a game changer is “On-demand Tokenization,” where traders have access to a wide range of securities offered by the top global stock exchanges. Traders can tokenize any assets in real-time and then trade them against cryptocurrencies or other tokenized assets. I believe it’s time for the traditional financial markets to be disrupted and take advantage of existing blockchain technology.”

Sologenic also provided details on how the ecosystem works – it turns real-world assets into digital tokens and puts them on the XRP Ledger for trading.  Generated stablecoins will represent the ownership of the asset, with the suffix “ƨ” added to it. A tokenized Tesla stock (TSLA) will become TSLAƨ, for instance. Users will be able to store and keep custody of their tokenized assets in private online or offline wallets and no third party is required to keep the private keys, per Sologenic.  

Trading will take place on a centralized exchange, as well as on a DEX, which is expected to launch in Q2 2020. Sologenic has also announced SOLO cards to spend cryptos instantly anywhere in the world.

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Elon Musk Advises Crypto Users To Secure Their Crypto Keys Properly

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The crypto community has not gotten over the fact that the world’s richest man has now invested in Bitcoin and has been pretty active in the industry.

However, the community is now receiving security tips for storing cryptocurrencies from Tesla’s chief executive officer. While pointing the security of cryptocurrencies, Tesla also criticized Freewallet app, a crypto wallet for its slack in security.

He also added that crypto investors should not bother doing business with wallets that don’t provide them with private keys.

Users should store their private keys

The unique way cryptocurrencies are stored makes them not redeemable when the keys are lost. Whether the holder stores them with third-party custodians or exchanges, the owner can only claim them when they provide keys to the crypto funds.

That makes securing the keys the most important thing when dealing with cryptocurrencies. As a result, selecting the safest hot or cold wallet is a priority if users want to keep their crypto investments safe.

Elon Musk has come out to advise investors to always store their private keys personally. For a company to receive the attention of the world’s richest man is something to take advantage of to grow. However, FreewalletApp’s short conversation with Musk is a sort of negative publicity to them.

After the company engaged with Musk about a Dogecoin-related post, the Tesla founder pointed out faults with the firm.
He advised digital asset investors to stay…

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Bitcoin Surges After Tesla Bought $1.5 Billion Worth of BTC

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The sudden rise of Bitcoin has been connected to the decision taken by the Tesla electric car company to buy $1.5 billion worth of Bitcoin.

The company explained in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that it bought Bitcoin to diversify its cash returns and more flexibility.

Musk’s Tweets also impacted Dogecoin’s price

Tesla also added that it will start accepting Bitcoin payments for all its products, although this will be based on a limited basis and applicable laws. If the company concludes and starts accepting cryptocurrency, it will make it the first major car manufacturer to accept Bitcoin payments. The company’s founder and Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk has developed an interest in Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.

He has been tweeting severally about the viability of the Dogecoin (DOGE), which doesn’t have an important market value attached to it.

Few hours after endorsing Dogecoin, the cryptocurrency rose by an impressive 50%. But regulatory authorities are still concerned about the risks in cryptocurrency investments, with several regulatory bodies warning traders and investors they could lose all their money from crypto investments.

But for Tesla, the company decides to diversify its funds and increased its cash returns. However, Tesla also warned investors about the volatility of Bitcoin’s price in its SEC filing. According to the SEC…

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Partnership Between Bridge Mutual & AllianceBlock Announced

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Decentralized peer-to-peer discretionary digital asset coverage platform Bridge Mutual has announced a partnership with AllianceBlock. AllianceBlock is a decentralized, blockchain-agnostic layer 2 protocol bridging decentralized finance with traditional finance. The partnership will allow AllianceBlock and Bridge Mutual to provide traditional investors with a protected bridge to DeFi through decentralized coverage. 

“Discretionary coverage is a very important part of our ecosystem, so we are excited to partner with Bridge Mutual and leverage each other’s technologies,” says Rachid Ajaja, CEO of AllianceBlock. “We look forward to building an ecosystem where all participants have access to the best products while mitigating the ever-present risk of smart contract failure, hacks, and the resultant loss of collateral value.”

In 2020, as much as $200 million worth of digital assets was lost in attacks on major digital asset services. Bridge Mutual’s platform gives users the option to purchase and provide discretionary coverage, reducing investors’ risk of losing funds because of theft, exchange hacks, stablecoin price crashes, exploited contracts, and other vulnerabilities in digital assets. 

By using Alliance Block’s multi-pair liquidity mining platform, Bridge Mutual will be able to offer BMI token holders instant liquidity through staking and high APY rewards for a variety of pairs. Once integrated into AllianceBlock’s P2P lending platform, Bridge mutual will be able to provide coverage to investors. Additionally, Bridge Mutual is working towards…

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