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All-Stocks.net Began its Initial Coin Offering (ICO) this Week

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The FinTech startup company, All-Stocks.net, has officially announced that it has begun its Initial Coin Offering (ICO) this week. The company now issues its AST token on its website where investors can find information about the advantages of the technology behind the platform and invest.

“We’re very excited about our innovative technology and platform,” says All-Stocks.net CFO Kobi Aharon. “We have big plans up ahead, and we’re very proud of our vision. We really believe we can change the way people currently conduct trade, and we think we can offer a much more open, accessible and easy system to purchase essentially any tradable financial asset.”

One of the most intriguing prospects of the All-Stocks.net exchange platform is the possibility of trading cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple next to stocks, bonds and options. It is certainly an ambitious goal that can link between the traditional financial world to the recent rise of digital currencies.

“Including cryptocurrencies in our platform was one of the first things we thought about,” added Mr. Aharon. “In the last few years we saw a huge upsurge in the use of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum, and yet there aren’t any systems or platforms that enable standardized purchases of such digital currencies alongside other financial commodities.”

The company has already released a live prototype demo of its platform, which is available on its website. Through the demo, the company exhibits the basic idea of its vision where potential investors and users can get a first impression of All-Stocks.net’s objectives. The company invites the general public to play with this prototype and its different features to get a first glimpse of the company’s aims and aspirations. “The live prototype demo is just the first taste of what we want to achieve, and we still have a lot of exciting work ahead of us,” Mr. Aharon says.

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