ZA Makes Moves in Digital Asset Market by Signing Deal With Crypto Firm BC Group

ZA Makes Moves in Digital Asset Market by Signing Deal With Crypto Firm BC Group

by July 5, 2021
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ZA International announced that it has entered into a mutual collaboration agreement with BC Technology Group, the parent company of OSL Digital Securities which is a Securities and Futures Commission (SFC)-licensed digital asset platform.

The collaboration will see OSL become the exclusive digital asset trading partner to ZA International and support its first digital asset transactions.

ZA said in a statement that the OSL platform utilises a modular interface, enabling institutional investors and professional investors to trade under a protection mechanism.




OSL will also leverage ZA International’s advanced and proprietary technologies in areas such as facial recognition and machine learning to enhance the user experience of its trading platform.

Wayne Xu, President of ZA International and CEO of ZA Insure

Wayne Xu

Wayne Xu, President at ZA International said,

“ZA International aspires to be a first mover in the digital asset market, thereby offering an inspiration to the local financial services sector and even the broader fintech space.

 

We are honoured to partner with OSL to expand Asia’s digital asset ecosystem. To gain insights from industry updates and trends, it is critical for us to partner with a licensed trading platform which is safe and reliable. ”

Hugh Madden

Hugh Madden

Hugh Madden, Group CEO of BC Group said,

“Our institutional grade security, transparency and client protection under the SFC’s innovative framework are helping even the most heavily regulated financial institutions and investors enter the digital asset economy.

 

We look forward to working with our partner ZA International, and providing the first regulated digital asset trading experience as they enter this space.”

 

Featured image: BC Group CEO Hugh Madden (left) and ZA International President Wayne Xu (right)

 

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