An Israeli start-up that aims to establish a digital ledger technology-based digital securities exchange in the country has received its first, encouraging go-ahead from the Israel Securities Authority.
In an application letter filed with the regulator on Feb. 14, Simetria had sought the ISA’s approval to operate a digital bulletin board as a preliminary step in its roadmap for the eventual launch of its digital exchange. The letter noted the increasing integration of DLT technologies into market infrastructures globally, and the evolution of legislative frameworks to accommodate this innovation.
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