STO Global-X to adopt ‘STACS’ Protocol
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It was recently announced that the Hashstac protocol, aka 'STACS', has been adopted by STO Global-X .
Through this integration, STO Global-X will be able to expand it.
STACS solution, while STO Global-X becomes better-rounded through.
In their press release, STO Global-X and the GSX Group, here it is.
For global investment, there is a possibility of global investment. We’ve been wrapping products and more. ”
“Operating at the junction of traditional finance and the financial markets will radically transform the capital markets world. It’s a paradigm. ”
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The GSX is a leader in the rapidly growing digital securities sector. They are a respected exchange that operates within a blockchain friendly government. Taking advantage of this, they have been able to develop various solutions, geared towards the industry in the past year.
One such example is the creation of a GSX Group subsidiary, Hashstac.
Hashstac is a Singaporean based company that was formed in 2018 through the efforts of GSX, Prime FinTech, and Chong Sing FinTech.
The company acts primarily as a blockchain development company, offering solutions such as their ‘STACS’ protocol. This is a to-be global blockchain, supporting the issuance, clearing, and settlement of digital securities.
Based on Singapore, STO Global-X was founded in 2018. It was a global product, and it was a global product,
Company operations are overseen by CEO, Floyd DCosta.
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