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Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange Appoints Kurt Looyens, former ABN AMRO Executive, as Chief Executive Officer

Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange (GBX), a crypto focused regulated exchange, has selected Kurt Looyens as its Chief Executive Officer, according to a release. Looyens was previously Country Executive for ABN AMRO Bank Spain. Looyens has been with GBX since July 2018 when he joined GBX as… Read More

Gibraltar Stock Exchange to List Digital Debt and Digital Fund Securities on the Blockchain

The Gibraltar Stock Exchange (GSX) will list digital debt and digital fund securities on GSX Global Market (GSX GM) using blockchain technology. GSX is among the first regulated exchanges to use blockchain in this manner. The GSX can now list corporate bonds, convertible bonds, asset-backed… Read More

GSX Deploys Digital Stock Exchange Prototype on New Blockchain: All Aboard!

Two updates from the Gibraltar Stock Exchange posted today. The first: GSX Group has reportedly successfully deployed a GSX Digital Stock Exchange prototype and a demo bond issuance on the Securities Trading Asset Classification Settlement (STACS) Network’s Global TestNet. Using DLT, the STACS Network, designed… Read More

Gibraltar Stock Exchange Joins Group that Includes tZero, Bitmain, SharesPost & More, Creating Verified Token Framework for STO Interoperability

The Gibraltar Stock Exchange (GSX) Group has joined with a group of blockchain based companies to form the “Millbrook Accord.” This new entity seeks to “create a Verified Token Framework (VTF) to provide interoperable security token guidelines.” The Millbrook Accord was created during the Blockchain South Leadership Summit 2018… Read More

ICOs, Crypto-Tokens and Blockchain Legitimized at a Stroke as Rock Solid Gibraltar Swoops In

The future is arriving a lot sooner than almost anyone thought as, fuelled by billions in ICO cash, the blockchain revolution moves ten times faster than the internet revolution ever did: Gibraltar, their nimble regulator and Stock Exchange are providing an exemplar that may now… Read More

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