Asia's first fully-licensed Stock Exchange focused solely on digital assets.
Fusang Exchange facilitates the public listing and trading of digital securities.
Fully regulated as any traditional Securities Exchange, we are the financial infrastructure that companies have been waiting for to step into the digital era.
Fusang Corp (FSC) is licensed in Labuan, Malaysia
as a Securities Exchange under Part IX, Section 134 of the Labuan Financial Services and Securities Act 2010 (LFSSA).
Fusang Exchange is a platform that institutions can trust.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What's the difference between Fusang Exchange and other digital exchanges in the market right now?
Most digital exchanges currently have broker-dealer or Alternative Trading Systems (ATS) licences. This only allows them to trade in securities that have already been listed elsewhere.
Fusang Corp (FSC) holds a fully-licensed Securities Exchange licence, allowing us to facilitate the public listing of securities, exactly the same as the traditional exchanges like The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong or Bursa Malaysia.
Who can list on the Fusang Exchange?
Institutional traders and investors can be Exchange Members. These must be regulated in their respective jurisdictions to conduct licensed activities with their respective client bases. These can be traditional financial institutions such as banks, brokers, and hedge funds, but can also be crypto exchanges that need a platform to provide the primary public listing of tokens.
Why should my company list on the Fusang Exchange rather than a traditional exchange?
Fusang Exchange allows companies to publicly list without many of operational burdens that come from listing on a paper-based exchange. Companies that want liquidity in their stock, but do not need to raise capital, or want to list alternative structures such as funds or business trusts can also consider the Fusang Exchange.
Why should I join as an Exchange Member?
Exchange Members are institutional traders and investors, regulated in their respective jurisdictions to conduct licensed activities. You can be a traditional financial institution (bank, broker, hedge fund, or crypto exchange) that needs a platform to provide primary public listing of security tokens.