LCX’s goal is to become one of the world’s first licensed and supervised blockchain banks seamlessly blending traditional and crypto assets.
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LCX is creating a new category of bank:
- secure while introducing new standards for transparency and reporting
- technology driven while delivering a customer centric client experience
- focusing on crypto assets while offering the full set of traditional banking services
LCX launched a crypto trading desk called LCX Terminal in June 2019. Furthermore LCX plans to launch transactional banking for fiat and crypto alike called LCX Banking, a crypto custody services called LCX Vault, an exchange for security tokens and other crypto assets called LCX Exchange, and a variety of tokenised securities called LCX Assets.
LCX wants to enable seamless movement of assets between the crypto and traditional financial markets. Becoming a technology driven blockchain bank, LCX is focused on helping both traditional and crypto market participants make the most out of opportunities arising from the growth of crypto currencies and tokenized assets.
Headquartered in Vaduz, Liechtenstein, LCX has received a business trading license in November 2018 already and is applying to Financial Market Authority (FMA) Liechtenstein for 1 a Full-Banking license. This will allow LCX to offer a comprehensive range of banking services and licensed crypto products to institutional, qualified and professional investors.
LCX will foster the adoption of crypto by helping financial institutions and professional investors understand the potential blockchain holds to ignite global economic reform and financial inclusion.
LCX has become a member of the World Economic Forum’s Center for the 4th Industrial Revolution, supporting initiatives with central banks and other incumbents of the financial industry. Further LCX has been name Blockchain Pioneer3 by the Blockchain Research Institute.