Lykke FINMA application in an advanced stage

Zug, Switzerland. – Nov 6, 2020 – Lykke Corp, the Swiss-based fintech firm and builder of marketplaces for digital financial assets, has taken significant steps closer to its vision of a more democratic and accessible financial system.

Lykke has filed an application with the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) for being licensed as a securities house and bilateral organized trading facility. The proceedings with FINMA regarding the granting of the license have reached an advanced stage.

Soon, people in the street will be able to buy tokenized and fractional shares in companies and other assets listed on traditional stock exchanges whenever they want for 1, 2, 3 CHF - you name it. The unique Lykke blockchain-based infrastructure will be the means by which a seat at the table is finally opened up to the public. All the features of old and outdated technology that drives up costs and build barriers to the everyday user are eliminated while all the security and protection of regulatory compliance is retained.

In line with these developments, Lykke will now begin a capital raising exercise, providing a unique investment opportunity on a first come first serve basis. For more information about this investment opportunity, please contact: investors@lykke.com

About Lykke

Lykke is a Swiss-based global fintech firm that utilizes blockchain and emerging technologies to provide solutions for consumers, investors, and corporations. By leveraging the power of a broader ecosystem, Lykke’s platforms eliminate barriers to market entry, solve inefficiencies within current economic systems, and democratize access to digital asset marketplaces. Learn more about Lykke’s work by visiting the website and following Lykke on Twitter and LinkedIn.

For more information please feel free to contact us at investors@lykke.com.

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