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FINMA Gives Green Light to Dukascopy Coin- First Swiss Bank ICO

Dukascopy Bank informs that Swiss FINMA has informed them, that there are no further regulatory obstacles to Dukascopy’s own crypto ICO project. The Dukascoin will be the first-ever ICO of a Swiss Bank.

The preliminary version of a White Paper was originally published on 27.09.2018 to attract critics and call on experts’ opinions. We would like to thank all professionals who contacted us and who have contributed to refine the project. Dukascopy will publish an updated version of the White Paper soon and inform about further steps and deadlines.

Public launch of the Dukascoin is expected at first of March 2019. Until then Dukascopy has yet to finalize the environment and to pass audit and bounty test.

“It is with great joy that we proclaim today the start of the era of the Dukascoin – first ever cryptocurrency issued by a bank under strict regulations”

informs Dukascopy in a press statement.

 

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