Openfinance Lists New Security Token in Charity Fundraising Effort

Openfinance recently announced that’s LDCC security token is now available to investors.

AccessTimeIconFeb 19, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. UTC
Updated Sep 13, 2021 at 12:19 p.m. UTC
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Openfinance, a platform for secondary market trading of digital assets, is listing’s LDCC security token for U.S. investors.

Both accredited and unaccredited investors can buy and trade the LDCC token on Openfinance's alternative trading system (ATS), the company announced Wednesday. Issued on the ethereum blockchain, the token was designed to entice investors into raising funds for charities across the globe.

“We believe that digital security offerings are the future of fundraising. The transparency inherent in this type of offering aligns with our overall mission,” CEO Tony DiMatteo said in a press release.

Digital securities refer to a digital representation of a security and aim to reduce the friction caused via paper-based processes while enforcing relevant regulations automatically.

The LDCC token forms part of’s digital strategy and is now free to trade on Openfinance’s ATS, alongside other digitized security assets including real estate, private equity and real assets. 

An ATS is a U.S. regulatory term for non-exchange trading platforms that match buyers and sellers to locate counterparties for transactions. An ATS is generally regulated as a broker-dealer rather than as an exchange.

“We’re thrilled to broaden the trading of’s LDCC token and give more opportunity for exposure to this unique offering,” Openfinance Co-CEO Juan Hernandez said.


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