About Us

The Sense and Idea

CRYPTO SOFTWARE INCORPORATED (CSWI) has emerged from the holding company Lion Rock Group Limited.
The central office of LionRockGroup Limited is based in Hong Kong. Since 2011, CRYPTO SOFTWARE INCORPORATED has been operating as an independent company specializing in software and crypto security issues.
Since its inception, CSWI has worked closely with the largest British financial institutions, trading platforms in the UK, the USA, and in the countries of the Asia-Pacific region, with scientific and educational centers of these countries and with companies specializing in international trade security.

CRYPTO SOFTWARE INCORPORATED - is an influential provider of innovative software solutions and algorithms for crypto ATM’s in the Asia-Pacific region. It is engaged in the development and production of equipment and non-standard solutions for the automation of the banking sector and trading operations of retail and retail departments and financial institutions. Around the world, CSWI employs (including in the form of on-line freelancing) more than 1,500 employees who provide innovative and comprehensive solutions to customers, as well as professional technical, advisory and intellectual support to the company's clients.

Over the past 6 years, CSWI has reached the level of one of the leading suppliers of software solutions and algorithms for ensuring the security of crypto circulation that meet the needs of a growing and dynamically changing global market. Algorithms and software solutions, as well as complex services of CSWI are widely used in financial and non-financial areas, such as verification and identification of subjects of trading operations, crypto banking, creation and maintenance of automated stock trading terminals and workplaces, telecommunications in other similar areas.

Specialization and Product

The software of our company is used in equipment for scanning, recognition and identification of objects and documents. Reading fingerprints, palms and other biometric parameters of the person, and if necessary, can automatically support the KYC protocol of the selected country in the process of trading and other financial transactions.
Our software supports the integration of a large number of peripheral devices for receiving and issuing bills. It supports the reception and issuance of various banknotes, which means the smooth connection of agents with installed terminals in different countries.
Our hardware and software systems provide the ability to customize the identification steps, which allows for the full implementation of the KYC and AML requirements of a specific jurisdiction.

Innovative approach

Since 2014, relying on the base of its own intellectual developments, the company has achieved significant success in the field of institutional investment in the Asia-Pacific region. As an institutional investor, it carries out trading operations and invests in this region on behalf of its participants.
This type of activity necessitated the creation of the investment direction of the company CSWI with an independent office based in the offshore zone the Federation of Saint-Kitts & Nevis (UK jurisdiction).
Today, the Federation of Saint-Kitts & Nevis continue to be an excellent choice for crypto currency investment funds, including hedge funds, financial institutions and large infrastructure projects. In addition, they have an extremely favorable climate for attracting outside capital.
CSWI’s independent wing is a foreign institutional investor and is a non-bank legal entity registered in an offshore zone outside the country in which it currently sells and invests. CSWI has a significant amount of documents in its trading portfolio and at the same time it is entitled to preferential treatment and lower commissions. This is due to the fact that fewer protective rules are imposed on institutional investors, since they are supposed to be more knowledgeable in the rules of trade and able to better protect themselves.

Our Project

The CSWI project, as an institutional investor, has significant resources and specialized knowledge for a broad study of various investment strategies that are not available to individual investors. For this reason, individual investors often trust their own funds to institutional investors for maximum profit. Individual investors pay brokerage fees along with distribution and distribution of costs for each transaction. In contrast, institutional investors make transactions on the stock exchange independently or through intermediaries. At the same time, they agree on the value of each transaction separately and do not pay the costs of distribution and distribution costs.
The CSWI project allocates the funds of its investors by investing them in bonds, options, futures contracts and shares. But in some cases, due to the nature of the securities and the order in which the transactions are carried out, CSWI directs investment capital to swap markets and forward markets.
With the launch of the QFII program, CSWI acquired the right to buy and sell B-type shares quoted in US dollars and, as a rule, open to foreign investment on the Asia-Pacific markets, including the Shanghai Stock Exchange, the largest stock exchange in China. . This exchange is essentially an uncommercial organization and is regulated by the Securities Market Regulation Commission (CSRC).

Stocks, bonds and funds that meet the specific requirements of the exchange are traded on the stock exchange. It should be noted that in order to enter the stock exchange, CSWI had to work for three years in a break-even mode (that is, making a profit). And despite the fact that the largest stock exchange for Chinese stocks is the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, which has been trading in shares of Chinese “H” type companies for many years; These shares (type “B” shares) are also open to foreign investment.
All this creates unusually favorable and comfortable conditions for the development of institutional investment in the markets of the Asia-Pacific region with the prospect of obtaining significant dividends from the attracted financial resources.