AX1 is a tech start-up company founded by an experienced team spanning multiple disciplines within the finance and technology sectors.
The intention was to open up the cryptocurrency market to investors with no technical knowledge as well as those already familiar with it. The directors were also insistent that the offering met the highest possible standards of anti-money laundering and compliance.
The company has secured the use of two entire floors in a modern data centre in Manchester, UK, and retains an option to construct additional purpose-built premises in the north of

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