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INX offers a comprehensive platform which supports the buying/selling of various digital assets – including digital securities. Among these supported assets are the exchanges very own ‘INX’ tokens. These digital securities can be used to not only pay for platform fees, but represent a proportionate share of yearly revenue, paid to holders as an annual dividend.
Unlike most tokens which are also known as digital assets, INX Limited (INX) tokens are structured as security tokens or digital securities. Digital securities are essentially digital representations of securities, and therefore subject to traditional securities laws.
To learn more, make sure to visit our Investing in INX Limited guide.
How to Buy INX Limited (INX)
Currently, INX Limited (INX) is available for purchase on the following exchanges.
This exchange (formerly known as Openfinance) is an SEC-registered broker-dealer with CRD (Central Registration Depository) number: 162182. The unique SEC (Security Exchange Commission) identifier for this company is: 8-69058. The legal status of INX Securities can be verified through FINRA ( Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc. ).
INX is available to residents of Australia, Singapore, UK, & USA. Canada is prohibited.
INX Securities allows any investor access to investment opportunities provided you go through the investor passport process. That being said, most assets including digital securities on the platform are only available to accredited investors.
Assets listed on the INX website are securities that are not publicly traded, may be subject to resale restrictions, and are intended for investors who do not need a liquid investment. These investments are NOT bank deposits (and thus NOT insured by the FDIC or by any other governmental agency), are NOT guaranteed by INX Securities, LLC or its affiliates, and MAY lose value. Neither the Securities and Exchange Commission nor any federal or state securities commission or regulatory authority has recommended or approved any investment or the accuracy or completeness of any of the information or materials provided by or through the INX website. Investors must be able to afford the loss of their entire investment.
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