Airsoft Technologies has collaborated with A-labs Ventures, a corporate advisory firm that helps companies raise capital through a public vehicle, as the brokerage technology developer expands coverage to the crypto world.
AirSoft is a full-service fintech developer with offices in Cyprus and Hong Kong offering forex and contracts for difference (CFDs) trading capabilities for online brokers.
Airsoft was one of the first to develop a web based FX/CFD platform, and was also one of the leading providers to offer a shared wallet solution. The world of online finance trading is now turning to cryptocurrencies and Airsoft is already there.
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The joint venture with A-Labs comes to address the regulatory needs as AirSoft plans to launch its own cryptocurrency coin. It also brings transparency and ‘fair-play’ infrastructure to crypto trading software systems that need to comply with the regulatory prerequisites as well.
Airsoft has established key strategic relationships with large crypto exchanges that allows its clients to have access to trade leading crypto pairs.
A-Labs Ventures is mainly providing advisory services for digital crowdsales and helps ICO organizers in submitting a full F1 Prospectus filing for a public offering of virtual tokens, aka regulated coin offerings (RCOs).
Commenting on the partnership, Shay Benhamou, Airsoft Technologies CEO, said: “Airsoft Technologies has established itself as a leading technology provider in the industry in recent years, and our client base has grown based on the fact that we are always looking ahead of the curve. Crypto is undoubtedly the next big thing in the financial world, and therefore we welcome the cooperation with A-Labs.”
Doron Cohen, A-Labs co-founder and CEO, added: “We strongly believe that every ICO that raises funds from the public is a security class ICO and has to be regulated. We work with global companies on Regulated Coin Offerings, and we join forces with other key industry players, such as Airsoft Technologies, to make sure we can provide regulatory compliance across all crypto functions and trading.”