SPAC to the Future - Wall Street's Hottest Product? AIM Summit Webinar, hosted by Diginex

December 8, 2020

Chi-Won Yoon, Diginex Chairman, Michael Schwartz, Partner at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, David Gibson-Moore, Gulf Analytica President and CEO, spoke at the "SPAC to the Future - Wall Street's Hottest Product?" AIM Summit Webinar.

Diginex Virtual Strategy Day Spotlights EQUOS Product Strategy as well as Key Updates and Market Opportunities

November 17, 2020

Diginex Limited (Nasdaq:EQOS), a digital assets financial services company, held its inaugural Strategy Day for investors, analysts, and clients on November 12th. During this virtual event, the Diginex leadership team presented its product roadmap and its strategic priorities. The event also featured a lively roundtable discussion between industry experts on the key triggers required for the mainstream adoption of digital assets, amid widening participation by both retail and institutional investors.

Exploring EQUOS: Who are we?

October 10, 2020

We are EQUOS, a cryptocurrency exchange with a focus on compliance, fairness, trust, and innovation. If you have been following us for a bit, you probably know this already. Our parent company, Diginex, is a crypto financial services company and is listed on NASDAQ — making us the first crypto exchange to list in the US.

Diginex Announces New Board of Directors

October 5, 2020

Lisa Theng, Richard Petty, Paul Smith and Andrew Watkins Join Diginex Board Following Nasdaq Listing

Diginex Lists and Begins Trading on Nasdaq

October 1, 2020

Diginex Limited (“Diginex” or the “Company”), a digital assets financial services company, announced today that it has completed its business combination transaction (the “Transaction”) with 8i Enterprises Acquisition Corp. (Nasdaq: JFK) (“8i”), a special purpose acquisition company (“SPAC”). The Transaction, which was approved at a Special Meeting of Shareholders on September 15, 2020, creates the first listed company on Nasdaq with a cryptocurrency exchange.

Billions of dollars in Crypto goes Missing… How EQUOS Solves the Custody Challenge

July 14, 2020

Since 2011, there have been dozens of exchange hackings, resulting in the equivalent of billions of US dollars worth of stolen assets[1]. In May 2019, Binance, one of the world’s largest crypto exchanges was notoriously hacked, resulting in a loss of 7,000 Bitcoin, worth in the region of $40 million at the time[2]. It was a shocking development and served as a stark reminder to both current and prospective investors that even the industry’s largest players are not impervious to masterfully orchestrated attacks.