LZF Launches First U. S.-Based Exchange To Operate Legally In 49 States Today

LZF Launches First U. S.-Based Exchange To Operate Legally In 49 States Today

The launch of the Laissez Faire (LZF) digital currency-to-fiat exchange platform in 49 states marks the first U. S. -based exchange to operate legally throughout the entire U. S., with the exception of New York. The goal is to provide a digital currency-to-fiat exchange platform that provides the most secure, incentivized trading environment. Using a structure similar to a Saas (software as a service) platform, LZF provides an autonomous system with fully-implemented banking capabilities. The autonomous, synchronized system minimizes the need to manually process user requests (with the....


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