Liechtenstein-Based Bank Frick’s DLT Markets To Launch Crypto Trading Exchange Service
Liechtenstein’s Bank Frick All Set to Release its Very Own Cryptocurrency Trading Platform
According to an all new statement released by Bank Frick, the Vaduz-based financial outfit is soon going to be offering its clients the opportunity to trade crypto-assets in a completely streamlined fashion. To help fulfill this vision, Bank Frick is reportedly going to be working closely with DLT Markets— one of its core subsidiary units.
A Closer Look At The Matter
As per the folks over at DLT Markets, they are now looking to create a feasible trading infrastructure that their customers will be able to make use of in order to access the global cryptocurrency market.
Not only that, but it is also worth remembering that Bank Frick too will be looking to deliver its core clientele with “custodial services for anyone looking to buy/sell digital assets”.
This is quite an important development for the alt-coin industry since most of today’s established exchanges (as well as cryptocurrency trading platforms) still do not offer users with high-quality custody services.
On the subject, Roger Wurzel, the CEO of DLT Markets went on to say:
“We are creating a unique market offering for institutional investors in the area of the new digital token asset class. With our fully regulated platform, we are driving professionalism with regard to the trading of digital tokens and cryptocurrencies.”
About Roger Wurzel
Wurzel, who is all set to take control of the aforementioned project has a plethora of experience when it comes to the financial services industry. For example, before accepting his latest role as the CEO of DLT Markets, he spent over twenty years working at Deutsche Bank (within their derivatives and equities trading department).
Liechtenstein is a country that is located between Switzerland and Austria. Owing to its proximity to these crypto-friendly nations, Liechtenstein from the very start has been an enthusiastic adopter of “both blockchain technology as well as crypto-assets”.
In a similar vein, it is worth remembering that much like Malta, the Liechtenstein government too has devised a crypto framework that looks to attract startups and other financial firms to the picturesque country.
Last but not least, during August last year, the country’s central bank announced its plans to release a security token as well as a crypto-trading platform. ,