May 3, 2022
It’s 2022 and life works around the clock. We can get food delivered at any hour, we can order a car anytime, and we can trade Alpha on Telegram with people around the globe. But for some reason, we’re used to having the banks closed every afternoon, weekend and every other holiday. We simply accept the fact that the markets close every afternoon, at 4 pm sharp.
According to The Financial Times, in 2021, 694 million shares changed hands outside of the usual trading hours of 9:30am-4pm. Six hundred and ninety-four million! And in 2022 that number holds steady at 682 million every single day. Set hours for trading are clearly an outdated concept, and there is a demand for a new way of trading.
Well, for so many reasons. In a world of new and equal opportunities, it seems like the right move at the right time. INX’s digital securities can be traded on the INX exchange 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our market never closes so anywhere you are around the globe, any time of day, you can place an order to trade digital securities and seize the opportunity to make more money.
Digital securities, also known as tokenized securities or security tokens, are financial securities (like a stock or bond) that are digitally represented on a blockchain. They exist on a decentralized network, and yet are still within the purview of traditional securities laws. The INX Token, for instance, is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission and FINRA, yet the token’s value is tied to the prospects of the business, the number of tokens in circulation, how many holders there are, and how in demand the token is.
Investing in digital securities allows investors to access the best parts of cryptocurrency decentralization, liquidity, 24/7 trading, and value tied to demand while working within regulations to ensure the safety of your money. Start trading digital securities with INX and access alpha 24/7, 365 days a year. Is now a good time for you?
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