Korean blockchain Firm Lambda256 Partners VNX for Securities Tokenization June 4, 2023 June 4, 2023 Kelly Cromley http://1AZFjzw2#Nwf63pYaMWq#xIY
Market NewsJune 4, 2023 by Kelly Cromley

Korean blockchain Firm Lambda256 Partners VNX for Securities Tokenization

Lambda256, a blockchain enterprise from Korea, has recently disclosed its collaboration with VNX, a cryptocurrency firm that is under the regulation of Liechtenstein. VNX specializes in the tokenization of various currencies and commodities, including gold. Their objective is to cater to an international pool of investors by providing security tokens that are built on Lambda256’s blockchain technology.

Lambda256 has been encountered on multiple occasions. The company serves as the technology partner for Shinhan Securities in South Korea, where they are presently engaged in the development of a platform for security token offerings (STOs). The Luniverse platform of this company caters to 2,000 clients and is capable of supporting public as well as permissioned blockchains. This makes it one of the leading corporate blockchain firms in Korea. Dunamu is the principal entity behind UPbit, which happens to be the largest cryptocurrency exchange in South Korea.

The intensification of Korean security token activity is attributed to the increased regulatory clarity. To date, VNX has established facilities in Luxembourg and Liechtenstein and has released stablecoins that are backed by the Euro, Swiss Francs, and gold. We are pleased to announce our collaboration with Lambda256 to develop a unique global STO experience. According to Alexander Tkachenko, the CEO and Founder of VNX, the company’s plan is to leverage the current infrastructure to offer customers access to a wide range of digital assets and services across different continents.

Luxembourg is currently a well-established destination for institutional issuance of digital securities. Additionally, it is the preferred jurisdiction for traditional fund offerings within the European Union. The reason for this is attributed to the strong securities laws that are favorable to blockchain technology and the fact that it is the preferred jurisdiction in the European Union for traditional fund issuances.

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