Joshua Greenwald, CEO at LXDX

AmaZix, a community management company that specializes in the fields of blockchain and cryptocurrency has joined forces with Malta-based cryptocurrency exchange LXDX to provide what they have described as an agile and secure alternative to crypto trading.
LXDX facilitates institutional trading of cryptocurrencies and other digital assets, and is engineered to provide crypto-financial services that combine algorithmic smart routing and dark pool trading from a single account. Both companies said they believe that the user and the community lie at the heart of success in the cryptosphere, and that LXDX’s new platform will put them first by giving them protection as they trade. The LXDX platform is engineered for crypto derivatives, but there are plans to scale it to eventually serve all classes of investors, financed by a complete LXDX security token. AmaZix said it aims to leverage the trading expertise of LXDX to push widespread adoption of blockchain and crypto-related products and services to the mainstream.
“In the world of crypto it is of increased importance to be discerning regarding how you choose your partners,” said Joshua Greenwald, CEO of LXDX. “AmaZix has shown great commitment to being exemplary stewards of community and possessing an ability to adapt to the changing needs of the industry.”
“While the trading economy experienced unprecedented growth last year, there have always been issues of fragmented markets and unclear compliance, ultimately restricting access and, therefore, affecting factors like liquidity,” commented Jonas Karlberg, CEO at AmaZix. “These issues have presented themselves perhaps more strongly in the current contraction of the crypto market. We believe that the LXDX platform offers a glimpse into the future that the crypto trading world demands. It’s built for a scenario of the million-token world, with connectivity to every major exchange and dark pool trading. It aims to give users protection beyond what exchanges today can – transparent routing, regulatory compliance, licensing, market surveillance.”

by Guy Matthews