Extauri

The future of banking products are tokenized assets which are tradable worldwide and accessible for everyone. They will become the future of capitalization and representation of corporate values. Almost every tradable asset can be tokenized. A multi-trillion dollar market is in transition. As a legal compliant FinTech pioneer in Europe, Extauri is making these tokenized assets and conventional bank products tradable. Extauri will act as a unique “Meta” exchange, connecting market participants, compliance partners, and companies worldwide. Extauri generates its revenue through monthly fees for connected companies, trading fees, listing fees and as a digital payment provider.

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