VNX, a European tokenization platform, and Lambda256, the blockchain tech arm of South Korean fintech leader Dunamu, signed a partnership aiming to jointly develop global security token offering business. This partnership brings together two industry players from Korea and Europe to offer customers services and access to security tokens and asset-backed tokens across continents.
Leveraging its proprietary blockchain platform, Luniverse, Lambda256 has been swiftly building its business cases in the domestic STO market, utilizing its technology and network. The partnership with VNX allows Lambda256, that has served over 2,000 corporate clients, to leverage VNX’s existing infrastructure and capabilities to provide its customers with a secure, compliant, and efficient platform to address global investor base. Lambda256 will provide blockchain-based technology to VNX, while VNX will be responsible for the operation and compliance guidance.
Through this strategic collaboration, both companies plan to not only expand Lambda256’s global STO and VNX’s asset backed tokens business network but also enhance their products.
VNX, is a European company with offices in Luxembourg and Liechtenstein, operates platforms that bring traditional assets to the crypto world. VNX tailor-made solution combines technical infrastructure and integrated services (KYC, compliance, tokenization, etc) helping seamlessly tokenize various assets.
VNX launched its tokenization platform in Luxembourg 2019 and since then has also launched a company registered with the Financial Market Authority (FMA) of Liechtenstein that generates stablecoins backed by physical Gold: VNX Gold (VNXAU) and fiat referencing: VNX Euro (VEUR) and VNX CHF (VCHF), addressing the lack of reliable assets in the crypto world.
As a leading provider of blockchain cloud service platform in East Asia, Lambda256 has been at the forefront of the South Korean STO market. It has established STO businesses with major Korean securities firms such as Shinhan Investment Corp., Yuanta Securities, and Eugene Investment & Securities, following the release of STO regulatory guidelines by the Financial Services Commission of Korea in March.
Jo Won-ho, Head of STO Business at Lambda256, said, “We are pleased to establish a strategic collaboration with VNX, a successful asset tokenization platform operating in Europe. Just like the digital asset market, the tokenized securities business should also consider global markets with significant liquidity from the early stages. Lambda256 is actively preparing competitive technologies and business platforms that can support South Korean STO asset holders and securities firms looking to expand into overseas markets.”
Alexander Tkachenko, CEO and Founder of VNX, commented, “We are thrilled to partner with Lambda256 to jointly develop an unparalleled global STO experience. We aim to leverage existing infrastructure to offer customers access to a wide range of digital assets and services across continents.”
Jay Park, CEO of Lambda256; Alexander Tkachenko, CEO and Founder of VNX