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Cayman Islands Investment Group planning new cryptocurrency exchange

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Cayman Islands Investment Group has announced the development of a brand new Digital Asset Trading Platform based in the Cayman Islands.

“We are truly excited to present the world with a new platform,” says Corvin Mclean Jr, Managing Director at Cayman Islands Investment Group Ltd.
 
Results from a recent survey indicate that many traders see the benefit of the availability of CIIG’s exchange. The ease of access and rich knowledge of the members of the CIIG technology team promises to give users a pleasurable and diverse experience. It is set to be one of the newer blockchain-related projects to be launched in the Cayman Islands.
 
“It is what is needed,” said one of the subjects of the test group. “The world is progressing, and it is time the Finance sector in the Cayman Islands does too!”
 
CIIG’s exchange is a platform driven by accessibility and security. The Cayman Islands has long been known as a financial supercentre of the Caribbean. CIIG is aiming to utilise the same security and compliance measures exhibited in the Finance sector to ensure an enjoyable trading experience for all types of users. Popular Digital Assets such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and Monero are just a portion of the assets that will be available for commerce on the exchange. CIIG’s exchange is aiming to launch within Q1 of 2019, with the Beta testing phase having begun in January.

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