TokenSoft to Trade Digital Securities on tZERO’s Retail Market

On the Overstock-owned platform, TokenSoft customers will be able issue security tokens that retail and accredited investors can trade.

AccessTimeIconFeb 4, 2021 at 9:56 p.m. UTC
Updated Sep 14, 2021 at 12:07 p.m. UTC

Firms that issue digital securities through TokenSoft can now trade them on tZERO’s alternative trading system (ATS). Digital securities are often shares in a company or tokenized real-estate investments.

  • “We are excited to integrate with tZERO and provide our customers with a path for secondary liquidity on an industry-leading trading platform,” TokenSoft CEO Mason Borda said in a statement.
  • tZERO announced in January that Prime Trust, a digital asset infrastructure provider, would also be using its ATS.
  • In 2019, tZERO announced retail investors would be able to trade on its platform. Accredited investors and institutions had access from the get-go.
  • tZERO is a subsidiary of Medici Ventures, the blockchain arm of Overstock. 

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