The Extauri exchange said Friday it has finished beta testing of its trading platform that can trade cryptocurrency, fiat currency and traditional investment products such as equities, bonds and exchange-traded funds, all in one place.
The Lichtenstein-based Extauri said it will launch a version of the platform for the public in the first quarter of 2019, although a spokesperson told ThirtyK the company didn’t have a specific launch date.
In a press release, the company said that it was closing “the gap between crypto and traditional finance worlds.”
Users of the Extauri platform will initially be able to trade bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH), litecoin (LTC) and other cryptocurrencies. The platform will also enable users to participate in security tokens and initial coin offerings.
Extauri is also readying its Tauri token. Sales of Tauri will begin in November and continue through the first quarter of 2019. The tokens will be worth .03 euros. The company said token holders will receive 50 percent discounts on transactions and other benefits.