Digital currencies will be made available for trading on the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) through a collaboration with Toronto-based fintech firm Blockstation, the JSE revealed on Tuesday.
The new digital asset platform will allow investors to deal with virtual tokens “within a recognized and secure regulatory framework”. At the same time, execution and settlement services, as well as quotes, will assist crypto traders.
As noted by JSE managing director Marlene Street Forrest, the decision to add crypto coi…
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