Global Agricultural Exchange hits major funding milestone

Blockchain based GAEX platform secures funding

New York, NY, November 16, 2017:  The Global Agricultural Exchange or GAEX Pronounced guy-ex, (www.gaex.co) is a startup innovative commodity trading platform that looks to harness the power of Blockchain technology. Working out of Abidjan and New York City, the fintech platform will focus on providing liquidity to farmers and to commodity buyers around the globe by providing an easy, transparent, digital solution to transact.

The GAEX team is happy to announce it has successfully secured a $30M USD credit facility through Inkho Capital, a South African based Investment Banking firm.

About Inkho Capital(www.inkho.net/home)

INKHO Capital is a Pan African alternative assets focused fintech incubator.  Inspired by the power of the lion pride, we have since 2009 sought to develop powerful teams by  originating our own venture concepts and by investing alongside passionate entrepreneurs with exciting ideas and unique insights to build market leading businesses. Inkho Capital combines solid expertise and many years of experience in the development and application of state-of-the-art technology platforms to emphasize investment outcomes and specialisation, building agile and scaleable business infrastructure with a high degree of efficiency, operating leverage and powerful teams.`  Contact : David Gibson | davidg@inkho.net| +27 82 881 8425

About GAEX(www.gaex.co)

The GAEX innovative blockchain trading platform harnesses the power of the latest technology to eliminate the logistical cocoa failure by creating a one-click end-to-end commodities solution. This creates auditable due-diligence documentation available in real-time via public & private blockchain ledgers. Our mobile platform connects carefully curated cacao sellers, farmers and co-ops, with global buyers on exchanges to conduct secure transactions with greater speed and assurance. For more information please visit www.gaex.co or email info@gaex.co .

 

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