Cryptoxygen, the first regulated European Cryptocurrency Exchange platform integrated in a worldwide electronics brand, announced on 8th January, 2019, that its OXY2 ICO token sale will start from January 15, 2019.
Registered in Estonia, Europe, the Company was formed as a joint venture between Stephan Francais, Entrepreneur of the Year 2018 and the owner of Thomson Computing SFIT ; his partners from Licorne Gulf, Irina Duisimbekova, a French Russian entrepreneur running a reputed commodities corporation; and Alexandre Katrangi, a historical Fortune 500 enterprises agent in the Middle East and Africa. Reportedly, the Cryptoxygen platform will be operational by Q4 2019, and will be directly integrated across 1M+ Thomson Computing SFIT units distributed across the world, creating a natural synergy of 1 million potential Cryptoxygen users incrementally, every year.
World’s first hardware-integrated crypto exchange
Cryptoxygen has partnered with Thomson Computing SFIT – a leading Electronics brand operating across multiple continents with a large market share in Europe. Under the terms of the venture, Cryptoxygen exchange and wallet will be integrated directly into Thomson Computing Sfit-branded devices; the project, as a result, can potentially add 100,000 new users every year through the sale of Thomson products
Cryptoxygen is blockchain-based ecosystem that comprises of an exchange and a multi-blockchain mobile wallet for iOS and Android platforms, to provide secure, fast and advanced crypto trading solutions at lowest fees. The Cryptoxygen exchange platform allows fiat-crypto and crypto-crypto exchange of currencies. It comes with an easy-to-use interface, data charts and real-time price tracking, making it easier for users to manage their cryptocurrency portfolio. The wallet, on the other hand, allows users to store, buy and sell cryptocurrencies while ensuring the highest security.
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