EQIFI, a regulated and licensed decentralized protocol for pooled lending, borrowing, and investing Ethereum-based cryptocurrencies, stablecoins, and select fiat currencies, has announced that its native token, EQX, has been enlisted on the Bloomberg Terminal under the EQX ticker symbol.
Bloomberg’s influential audience of financial and business decision-makers will now enjoy access to the price data of EQIFI’s fungible ERC-20 EQX token, which bestows numerous benefits and rewards to users on the platform.
Jason Blick, Chairman of EQIFI, said: “We are delighted to see institutional investors gain access to EQX data, and thus open up the world of decentralized finance to a wider audience that very few DeFi protocols have access to. Providing exposure to global financial hubs is just the next step in positioning EQIFI to become an industry leader.”
EQIFI operates under a community-focused, decentralized standard through its native EQX token, which allows community members to make crucial decisions about the future of the project, such as listing and delisting assets and tokens, adjusting interest rates according to the market, and modifying collateral limits.
EQIFI is powered by EQIBank, one of the world’s leading licensed and regulated digital banks. EQIBank offers competitive rates, 24/7 service, trusted security, and an innovative, simple online global banking experience.
EQIBank provides bank accounts, loans, custody, debit and credit cards, over the counter, and wealth management to EQIFI and all its qualified clients.
For more information, visit EQIFI’s website.
EQIFI, the first DeFi project powered by a licensed and regulated digital bank, is setting new standards, establishing trustless transactions, and driving real-world adoption.
EQIFI’s infrastructure is optimized for real-time digital interactions. We are at the forefront of embracing today’s ever-demanding culture that wishes to embrace the evolution of digital technologies.
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