When Nash sucessfully registered its token “NEX” at the FMA Lichtenstein and achieved an official approval, Nash not only made the right decision to go the tough way ensuring being compliant in regards of the point of view of financial authorities, they also opened the door possibly stepping into the playground of institutional investors (pension funds, etc.).
Although the main goal is to develop the most user centric and user friendly decentralized exchange grounding their business model on volume through their exchange, APIs (like Fiat gateways and payment processing), market makers and so on - One really juicy opportunity is missing:
Are you also trying to get involved in the conventional stock market by pursuing to get listed on such markets?
Most of them are currently developing their own digital asset trading platform enabling themselves to list the new asset class “security tokens”. So institutions can invest in the same way they already doing with conventional stocks, etc.