The First Full Digital Asset Ecosystem Listed on Nasdaq
Offering Innovative Products and Services that are Compliant, Fair, and Trusted
EQONEX Group is a digital asset financial services and advisory company focused on delivering innovative products, architecture, and infrastructure to foster the mainstream adoption of the digital asset class. The group was listed on Nasdaq in September 2020 under the ticker “EQOS”.
Diginex Limited (Nasdaq: EQOS) & EQUOS rebrand as EQONEX
The EQONEX brand carries on the company’s legacy as a leading digital asset ecosystem.
Diginex Limited (Nasdaq: EQOS), the digital asset financial services company, announced that it would unify its businesses under the brand, EQONEX in June.
The rebrand brought together under the EQONEX Group brand, its cryptocurrency exchange, custody platform, multi-venue trading business, over-the-counter (OTC) offering, its asset management solution, securitization business and the upcoming investment products and borrowing and lending businesses.
As the first company with a crypto exchange to be listed on NASDAQ, EQONEX became a leader in the new realm of finance, bridging the gap between traditional currency and today’s cryptocurrency.
Since its launch, growth on the EQONEX exchange, has been tremendous, with exchange volumes growing by over 50 times since the company became public in October 2020. In June, the EQONEX exchange achieved its strongest 24-hour volume day in excess of $260 million and reported over $4.5 billion in 30-day volume.
This momentum was driven by the April launch of the exchange token EQO, which offers fee reduction and staking rewards for traders and more utilities, such as being available for use as collateral for derivative positions and providing enhanced yield on balances that are lent via the platform. At a $29-million fully-diluted market capitalization, compared to $11.5 billion to $63 billion market capitalization for other exchange tokens, new investors and traders have started to trade and earn EQO on the exchange. The company launched the token without a token sale, instead the token is provided to users of the platform like air miles.
The new EQONEX brand focuses on the crypto element of the business, reflected in the EQUOS and EQO brands, whilst recognizing its history as Diginex. Since the rebrand, the value proposition to customers remains the same – offering fairness, governance, and innovation to all of its stakeholders.
In fact, those remain the three pillars of EQONEX’s core values:
Innovation – EQONEX prides itself on bringing innovation to the crypto industry, using their expertise from the traditional financial industry and applying it to the cryptocurrency and digital asset markets.
Governance – EQONEX supports regulation and holds themselves to the utmost levels of transparency.
Fairness – EQONEX is committed to equality and always treating their customers fairly.
“As we progress in our focus of delivering digital assets to a broad cross section of clients, it is important for us to unify the key pieces under a single brand. The new brand EQONEX signifies all the strongest elements of our existing brands. We provide a regulated, compliant and secure ecosystem with equality for all clients, both institutional and retail,” said Richard Byworth, CEO at EQONEX.
Why You Should Invest
Market – Targeting the long-term crypto derivative market, set to grow with a CAGR of 56.4% from 2019 to 2025.
Technology – EQONEX Group’s crypto exchange EQONEX is built with institutional grade infrastructure.
Full Service – EQONEX Group provides a full digital ecosystem including asset management, advisory, custody and trading solutions.
Knowledge – Bringing expertise from the traditional finance sector and cutting edge technology industries to drive innovation, trust and transparency.
Strategy Day: Roundtable, The Growing Appeal of Digital Assets and the Triggers to Greater Adoption
A panel of experts gathered to discuss the future trajectory of digital assets, led by David Nage, Principal of Arca, and joined by our Head of Strategy, Maya Vujinovic, Owen Lau, Executive Director of Research at Oppenheimer & Co, Alon Goren, Founding Partner of Draper Goren Holm, and Juan David Mendieta Villegas, co-Founder of Keyrock.
What is Cryptocurrency?
Cryptocurrency can seem a bit ambiguous for those who aren’t as technologically informed. A good comparison is that of casino chips. It represents money in that specific environment, but you’ll first have to exchange real currency for the cryptocurrency to acquire the good or service.
Part of the appeal of cryptocurrency is its use of blockchain technology. Blockchain, or Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT), uses decentralization and cryptographic hashing to make the history of any digital asset unalterable. This makes cryptocurrency trustworthy because there’s a log of all it’s transactions and lower risk in the case of systemic failure.
Let’s look at the most popular example: Bitcoin.
Bitcoin (BTC), launched in 2009 by developer Satoshi Nakamoto, became the world’s first and largest cryptocurrency. This digital currency functions on a peer-to-peer controlled network using advanced blockchain technology. Which means trading bitcoin should reduce risk, eliminate fraud and promote transparency in all dealings.
Anyone can invest in Bitcoin. The first step is to create an account with a licensed and trusted cryptocurrency exchange, such as EQONEX. Once you have set up your account, verified your identity, and added some funds, you can begin buying and trading BTC. You can exchange several different currencies across EQONEX, including it’s very own EQO coin.
So why is cryptocurrency important?
Many believe cryptocurrency to be the currency of the future. Supporters of crypto site cryptocurrencies decentralization and technological recording as key benefits. When central banks are removed from managing the money supply, it’s less likely the value of money will decrease due to inflation. Additionally, blockchain technology allows the network to see the exact history of the digital asset, providing more security and transparency.
According to CoinMarketCap, the total value of all cryptocurrencies was greater than $1.6 trillion on February 18th, 2021. In August, that number had grown to over $2 trillion. The cryptocurrency market is predicted to continue growing with a CAGR of 56.4% from 2019 to 2025, meaning now is a great time to invest in and get on a good crypto exchange.
EQONEX group is committed to delivering on crypto derivatives and digital securities, by offering products and infrastructure to meet the massive opportunity in derivatives, and by disrupting traditional financial markets through digital asset securitization.
Today, crypto derivatives volumes are approximately 3x spot, where traditional markets like FX see derivatives volumes dwarfing spot at over 100x. But at 100x spot, the crypto derivative opportunity would exceed US $400bn in daily trading volume.
Enter the EQONEX Cryptocurrency Exchange.
EQONEX is a regulatory-focused, institutional-quality exchange, built to meet the derivative opportunity. It has addressed the reputational risk factors prevalent in the crypto industry, implementing robust KYC/AML processes, crypto-asset provenance checks, enhanced security, and institutional architecture designed to bank-grade standards.
As part of a Nasdaq-listed company, the exchange holds itself to the highest standards of transparency, governance, and compliance. EQONEX operates under an exemption from Singapore’s Payment Services Act provided by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
EQONEX is one of a few crypto exchanges that doesn’t make markets on its exchange, avoiding the conflict of trading against its own clients. They only use external market makers and don’t sell trading data to third parties. All clients trade on a transparent orderbook and have the same information.
You can easily deposit fiat currency or crypto and enjoy fully-backed, fee free USD/USDC fungibility. Additionally, EQONEX offers industry-standard FIX 4.4 API connectivity, digital asset industry-standard Web-socket and CCXT, and continuous session REST APIs.
EQONEX isn’t Just an Exchange, it’s a Digital Asset Ecosystem
EQONEX Group is a digital asset financial services and advisory company focused on delivering innovative products, architecture, and infrastructure to foster the mainstream adoption of the digital asset class. The group encompasses: a cryptocurrency exchange and over-the-counter (OTC) trading operations EQONEX.com, a front-to-back integrated trading platform Access Trading, market-leading hot and cold custodian Digivault, and funds business Bletchley Park Asset Management.
EQONEX Capital enables the issuance of digital securities and other innovative products. It’s a boutique securitization advisory firm in the United Kingdom operating as an authorized representative under an FCA regulated entity, providing advisory, origination, and distribution services. They are focused on the advancement of digital securities (STOs) and work with originators, regulators, and investors to further the growth of the digital asset industry.
Digivault was built by specialists from government security and banking infrastructure technology teams to provide cold and warm custody solutions from the vaults of global vault provider Malca Amit. Digivault is CREST certified and Cyber Essential Plus accredited. Digivault’s team draws from decades of experience designing, developing and delivering highly secure technical solutions within financial services, and the defence and security sector.
Kelvin, their cold storage solution to convert digital assets to physical assets, offers ultra secure, offline, deep storage of digital assets inside the vaults of leading storage provider Malca-Amit.
Helios, their warm storage solution combines security with instant access. Helios is designed to be the pinnacle of permanently live secure storage, utilising design, hardware and build standards aligned to the finance and defence sector.
Collateral Tradingis a featured offered by EQONEX to give traders greater flexibility in funding their Total Account Margin. With Cross Collateral enabled, a person can use a variety of assets to trade without having to convert USD or USDC first.
Under the Bletchley Park brand, the group has a licensed asset management entity in Hong Kong and an independent asset management business in Switzerland: Diginex SA, which is a member of the Association Romande des Intermédiaires Financiers (ARIF), a Self-Regulatory Organisation recognized by the FINMA. Through a multi manager approach, it focuses on market neutral, alpha-centric strategies from liquidity provision to arbitrage, and quantitative to fundamental long short.
EQONEX Executive Committee
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Richard is the CEO of EQONEX Group and has 20+ years of experience spanning the finance, start-ups, investment, and fintech sectors.
Previously Managing Director at Nomura, the Japanese Investment Bank, Richard was running Derivative and Equity Linked product Sales for Asia Pacific product globally. The youngest Managing Director in the firm’s history, Richard led the build of the #1 franchise for Convertible Bonds in Asia from 2005. In both 2008 and 2009 he was the firm’s largest producing salesperson across Nomura’s global wholesale investment banking franchise. Richard led the syndication and distribution of some of Asia’s largest convertible bond deals in the last 15 years including China Unicom and Softbank.
In business, Richard has founded several companies and is an active investor, having started his first trading company in 1990. He is a board member of Bletchley Park Asset Management, and the EQONEX Group, and sits on the advisory board to PrivateMarket.io, a private equity fund marketplace.
Richard is Hong Kong Regional Ambassador for the Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC), and has spoken extensively around the merits of blockchain for business and finance at WEF (Davos) and the United Nations (Geneva).
Richard holds a BA (Hons) in French with Management from University of London, Royal Holloway College and business school at ESC Montpellier (Montpellier Business School) and speaks French fluently.
CHIEF RISK OFFICER
Charlie Beach is the Chief Risk Officer at EQONEX Group and has over twenty years’ experience in capital markets risk management and regulation in both traditional financial services and the digital asset industry.
Previously, Charlie was Chief Operating Officer of one of the first institutional lending businesses for digital assets. Prior to this, he worked at IG Markets as Chief Risk Officer where he was responsible for overseeing IG’s risk management globally. At IG Markets, Charlie was introduced to the world of digital assets and became a keen advocate of distributed ledger technology.
Charlie has also worked at PwC, advising global capital markets clients on risk management and regulation, and at UBS as the Head of Operational Risk for the Investment Bank leading a global team providing independent second line control for the IB’s activities across all regions. Charlie began his career with five years in the British Army.
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Paul Ewing is the Chief Financial Officer at EQONEX Group. Paul has spent more than a decade working in Asia and was the former regional Chief Financial Officer at ICAP, as well as Chief Operating Officer for ICAP’s electronic broking division. Prior to EQONEX, Paul served as the Chief Financial Officer for a proprietary trading business with a focus on financial markets and digital assets. Paul is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants for England and Wales.
CHIEF LEGAL OFFICER
Stelios Moussis is Chief Legal Officer at EQONEX Group. Previously, he was General Counsel and a member of the management team of Lazada Malaysia (Alibaba Group’s South-East Asian e-commerce platform), Lazada Express (Alibaba Group’s logistics operations division) and helloPay, which is now part of Ant Financial. Prior to this, he was the Head of Legal and Compliance at British American Tobacco Japan in Tokyo. He has also worked at Alstom, Xgemina, the Commission of the European Union (External Trade) and at several leading law firms in Europe, the US and Japan. He was admitted as a Solicitor at the Superior Courts of England and Wales, was admitted at the Brussels bar, and holds an LLM from King’s College, University of London.
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
Jim Pollock is Chief Operating Officer at EQONEX Group based in Singapore, responsible for overseeing the implementation of the company’s business strategy, which includes the development of fully regulated and institutional-grade digital asset infrastructure for the financial services sector.
A senior financial services executive with over three decades of experience in multi-jurisdictional business development, transformation, regulation, risk, and finance, Jim previously held the title of COO in several of Westpac’s business lines in Australia and Singapore.
Prior to this, he spent 15 years at Merrill Lynch, where his roles included CFO for North Asia & Regional Financial Controller.
Jim holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance) from the University of Western Australia.
CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER
Sheel Kohli is Chief Marketing Officer of EQONEX Group, where he leads the marketing and communications strategy for the company and is a member of the Executive Committee. He is responsible for developing and implementing the company’s marketing approach, so that it has a differentiated and enduring presence, and leads efforts to distinguish the company as one of the most innovative digital asset financial services groups in the world.
He has been in marketing, communications, and journalism for 25 years, working in the financial services and technology industries. Before joining EQONEX, Sheel was Chief Marketing Officer of AAX, the world’s first cryptocurrency exchange powered by LSEG Technology, part of the London Stock Exchange Group, and prior to that he was a Member of the Executive Committee and Global Chief Marketing and Communications Officer for Block.one, publisher of the EOSIO blockchain protocol, which is one of the world’s fastest and most used blockchains the world.
He also spent 13 years at Credit Suisse, where he was Managing Director and Head of Corporate Communications for Asia Pacific, and he also spent five years at ING Group as Head of Corporate Communications and Branding for Asia Pacific. Sheel began his career in journalism, where he worked for a number of UK national and trade titles, while also serving as the Europe-based Business Correspondent for the South China Morning Post.
CHIEF PRODUCT OFFICER
Neil is responsible for overseeing all financial product design within the EQONEX Group ecosystem, including EQONEX, Digivault, EQONEX Lending, EQONEX Capital, and Access Trading.
Previously, he spent 13 years at Nomura in various roles across equity products in London, Tokyo and Hong Kong. Most recently, Neil was Managing Director, Head of Equity Trading for Asia, managing equity and equity-linked product trading. Earlier in his time at Nomura, he was Global Head of Equity-linked Content and Trading, where he created and built an award-winning desk analyst team for both internal and external client use including managing their own trading books.
Prior to this, Neil worked at Cazenove & Co, in Convertible Bonds Research, Sales and Trading functions. Neil holds a MEng (Hons) in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Bristol as well as an Advanced Diploma in Financial Planning.
CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER
Chris Ashe is currently Chief Technology Officer at EQONEX, leading the next stage in the evolution of EQONEX cryptocurrency exchange. Ashe has more than 20 years of experience in technology development and consultancy.
Previously, he was Chief Technology Officer at Mox Bank, where he took a lead role in managing board-level stakeholders and worked closely with regulators to ensure that the Mox platform was delivered.
In addition to this experience at Mox, Chris has worked on a range of world-class systems including Australia’s leading online banking platform (Netbank), a leading online stockbroking platform (CommSec), the largest background checking system (First Advantage) and one of the largest e-commerce stores (Peters of Kensington).
Chris is a law graduate with a Bachelor in Commerce and Science as well as a Bachelor in Computer Science and Information Systems from University of New South Wales, Australia.
Make EQONEX Your Newest Asset
Let’s recap some of the highlights and opportunities the company provides:
Addressing a Growing Market The total value of all cryptocurrencies is greater than $1.6 trillion and the market is predicted to continue growing with a CAGR of 56.4% from 2019 to 2025.
Offering a Full-Service Product EQONEX Group boasts the first full digital asset ecosystem listed on Nasdaq, offering innovative products and services that are compliant, fair, and trusted.
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If we say we make “stock picks,” are those picks our own?
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Are risks in this disclaimer the only risks investors should be aware of?
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We will sell the shares we hold while we tell investors to purchase.
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We receive monetary and/or securities compensation in exchange for publishing the (favorable) Information about the Profiled Issuers;
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We may own a Profiled Issuer’s securities that we acquired from the Profiled Issuer, third parties or from our own open market purchases before, during or after the Campaign and we may sell these securities during the Campaign while publishing the (favorable) information that instructs investors to purchase. Our selling of a Profiled Issuer’s securities will likely cause investors to suffer losses;
A short time after we acquire a Profiled Issuer’s securities, we may publish the (favorable) Information about the Profiled Issuer advising others, including you, to purchase; and while doing so, we may sell the Profiled Issuer’s securities we acquired during our public dissemination of the Information causing us to profit while you suffer a loss;
Parties holding a Profiled Issuer’s securities, including those who engage our services and/or compensate us, will sell their shares of the Profiled Issuer while we are publishing the (favorable) Information.
Who is responsible if an investor relies on the Information?
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What do we urge potential investors to do?
We urge Investors to conduct their own in-depth investigation of the Profiled Issuers with the assistance of their legal, tax and investment advisers. An investor’s review of the Information should include but not be limited to the Profiled Issuer’s financial condition, operations, management, products or services, trends in the industry and risks that may be material to the profiled Issuer’s business and other information he and his advisers deem material to an investment decision. An investor’s review should include, but not be limited to a review of available public sources and information received directly from the Profiled Issuers or from websites such as Google, OTC Markets, NASDAQ, NYSE, www.sec.gov or other available public sources.
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Any investment in the Profiled Issuers involves a high degree of risk and uncertainty. The securities may be subject to extreme volume and price volatility, especially during the Campaigns. Favorable past performance of a Profiled Issuer does not guarantee future results. If you purchase the securities of the Profiled Issuers, you should be prepared to lose your entire investment. Some of the risks involved in purchasing securities of the Profiled Issuers include, but are not limited to the risks stated below.
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We may sell securities of the Profiled Issuers for less than target prices set forth in the Information, and we may profit by selling our securities during the Campaigns while investors encounter losses.
When we acquire, purchase or sell the securities of the Profiled Issuers, it may (a) cause significant volatility in the Profiled Issuer’s securities; (b) cause temporary but unrealistic increases in volume and price of the Profiled Issuer’s securities; (c) if selling, cause the Profiled Issuer’s stock price to decline dramatically; and (d) permit us to make substantial profits while investors who purchase during the Campaign experience significant losses.
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If the Information states that a Profiled Issuer’s securities are consistent with the future economic trends or even if your independent research indicates that, you should be aware that economic trends have their own limitations, including: (a) that economic trends or predictions may be speculative; (b) consumers, producers, investors, borrowers, lenders and government may react in unforeseen ways and be affected by behavioral biases that we are unable to predict; (c) human and social factors may outweigh future economic trends that we state may or will occur; (d) clear cut economic predictions have their limitations in that they do not account for the fundamental uncertainty in economic life, as well as ordinary life; (e) economic trends may be disrupted by sudden jumps, disruptions or other factors that are not accounted for in economic trends analysis; in other words, past or present data predicting future economic trends may become irrelevant in light of new circumstances and situations in which uncertainty becomes reality rather than predicted economic outcome; or (f) if the trend predicted involves a single result, it ignores other scenarios that may be crucial to make a decision in the event of unknown contingencies.
The Information is presented only as a brief snapshot of the Profiled Issuer and should only be used, at most, and if at all, as a starting point for you to conduct a thorough investigation of the Profiled Issuer and its securities. You should consult your financial, legal or other adviser(s) and avail yourself of the filings and information that may be accessed at www.sec.govwww.sec.gov, www.otcmarkets.com or other electronic media, including: (a) reviewing SEC periodic reports (Forms 10-Q and 10-K), reports of material events (Form 8-K), insider reports (Forms 3, 4, 5 and Schedule 13D); (b) reviewing Information and Disclosure Statements and unaudited financial reports filed with the OTCMarkets.com; (c) obtaining and reviewing publicly available information contained in commonly known search engines such as Google; and (d) consulting investment guides at www.sec.gov and www.finra.org. You should always be cognizant that the Profiled Issuers may not be current in their reporting obligations with the SEC and the OTC Markets and/or have negative legends and designations at otcmarkets.com.
What we were paid to advertise the Profiled Issuers.
The details of our compensation and the period of the Campaign is set forth below.
Name of Issuer & Ticker Symbol - Diginex (EQOS)
Amount & Form of Compensation - $190,000.00 in Common Stock
Who Paid for the Campaign & Position with Company if any - Diginex (EQOS)
Period of Campaign - October 1st 2020 to March 31st 2021
What securities of the Profiled Issuers do we hold?
The positions we hold of the Profiled Issuer are set forth below. We plan to sell these securities during the Campaign.
Name of Issuer & Ticker Symbol - Diginex (EQOS)
Number of Shares We or our Affiliates Hold - 27,941.00
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