Lykke to list AMLT by Coinfirm on the Lykke Exchange

Lykke to list AMLT by Coinfirm on the Lykke Exchange

Lykke, a FinTech company building a regulated, blockchain-based global marketplace, will add Coinfirm’s AMLT token to the list of tradable assets on the Lykke Exchange. A leading global RegTech enterprise focused on anti-money laundering for blockchain, Coinfirm created AMLT as the native token of The Coinfirm AML/KYC Platform for major crypto players, ICOs and financial institutions.

Richard Olsen, Lykke founder and CEO, in emphasizing the importance of this cooperation, stated: "Coinfirm has a well established and well respected record in the blockchain space with their anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing platform and services. This quality token, built to the highest compliance standard from a prestigious company, is exactly the kind of offering we strive for at Lykke.”

AMLT trading on the Lykke Exchange is expected to begin on February 28, 2018.


About Coinfirm

Coinfirm is a recognized leader in their field, ranked among the most influential blockchain and regtech companies and serves as a foundation for the safe adoption and use of blockchain. The Coinfirm AML/CTF Platform uses proprietary algorithms and big data analysis to provide structured actionable data that increases efficiency, reduces costs and streamlines compliance to near automation. The blockchain agnostic platform benefits companies operating around blockchain as well as major financial institutions, asset management companies and BI companies.

For more information, visit http://coinfirm.io.

This agreement will make AMLT tokens available for buy and sell orders on the trading venue of Lykke Netherlands B.V., which carries a number of tokens and cryptocurrencies. Investors from a wide range of jurisdictions can access the Lykke NL trading venue through the free Lykke Wallet app for iOS and Android.

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