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Binance to Partner With Singapore-Based Platform CapBridge to Broaden Its Services

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Blockchain and cryptocurrency infrastructure firm Binance has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Singapore-regulated private markets platform CapBridge to broaden its services.

  • According to the Binance blog post Wednesday, the legally non-binding agreement indicates the two firms intend to build a strategic security token offering (STO).

  • Singapore-headquartered firm CapBridge was founded in 2015. It is regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and backed by the Singapore Exchange.

  • CapBridge has two separate arms: a distribution arm that holds a Capital Markets Services License and the 1exchange, which is MAS-regulated, built on blockchain technology and holder of a Recognized Market Operator license in Singapore.

  • “By joining forces with CapBridge, Binance will be able to work with a fully licensed firm to broaden services securing compliance with local regulations,” said Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao.

  • More details on the partnership will be announced at a later date.

Read more: Binance Faces CFTC Probe Over US Customers Trading Derivatives: Report

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