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Böerse Stuttgart Group to Offer BTC and ETH in 2019

By Luke Flowers – Bitcoin Enthusiast

The second largest stock exchange in Germany, Böerse Stuttgart Group, have publicised plans to start an end to end infrastructure for digital assets in partnership with SolarisBank by the first half of 2019. As the leading exchange for retail investors and trading in corporate bonds, it is ranked tenth overall in the European exchanges and may grow bigger when it can start to exchange bitcoin.

SolarisBank is a fintech company based in Berlin. It offers a completely digital banking service platform. Other businesses can link with them to offer financial services themselves. It was founded in March 2016 receiving a full banking license to other European economic areas to serve business associates in nearly all European countries. It has become fully compliant and offers a wide range of financial services specialising in the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry.

Just like we have at BC Bitcoin, they will offer a long list of coins to buy cryptocurrency. They’ll offer established cryptocurrencies like buying Bitcoin or Ethereum with more coins to be added at their discretion. They are developing their own ICO platform and the tokens will be traded on their exchange.

Böerse Stuttgart can offer both fiat and cryptocurrencies. The CEO of Böerse Stuttgard, Alexander Höptner says “SolarisBank’s Blockchain Factory supports us in taking trading in cryptocurrencies and tokens to the next level and in setting new standards in transparency and reliability.” Working with SolarisBank it will be able to support Böerse Stuttgart to action their own financial products.

Once the platform for their ICO goes live, tokens will be available for trading in the secondary market which will offer options for Ethereum and Bitcoin investing. Regulated as a multilateral trading facility, it will be a self-regulated financial trading venue.

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