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Regtech Agency iSignthis Now Listed on Frankfurt Inventory Alternate

Australian Securities Alternate (ASX) listed Regtech agency iSignthis Ltd (ASX: ISX) introduced at this time that it has cross listed its shares on the Frankfurt Inventory Alternate (FSE) below the code ‘TA8’. Because of this traders can now buy iSignthis securities straight on both the ASX or FSE.

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John Karantzis, iSignthis CEO and Managing Director, stated: “We’re excited to announce the itemizing of our shares on the Frankfurt Inventory Alternate. As a Regtech centered totally on the European market, cross itemizing iSignthis on the Frankfurt Inventory Alternate is a logical step. Our European buyer base is rising quickly by the execution of our Paydentity technique, and that is attracting growing curiosity in iSignthis from traders in Germany and throughout Europe.

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The cross-listing is in alignment with our Paydentity European focus, and can present iSignthis with entry to a deep pool of latest potential traders that can assist to increase our shareholder base, improve liquidity and introduce iSignthis to a wider viewers throughout Europe.

As an authorised European Financial Monetary Establishment, we see the FSE as being a major a part of our ahead technique, with a purpose to present transparency, publicity and alternative to EU retail and institutional traders. We begin buying and selling on the FSE below the code TA8 at this time, in addition to in Australia below ASX code ISX.”

The corporate explains that no extra capital or securities have been issued as a part of the cross itemizing, and subsequently there was no diluting impact.

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