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cryptoswi

Who we are?

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.
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Packages

Standard
$20 min
$399 max
15 days
1.10 %
Business
$400 min
$2999 max
25 days
1.20 %
Premium
$3000 min
$19999 max
35 days
1.33 %
VIP
$20000 min
$100000 max
60 days
1.70 %

News

New York Fed will make money market adjustments as needed for year-end
05.11.2019

11.05.2019 The Federal Reserve Bank of New York will make adjustments to its cash injections in money markets as warranted in the approach to the year-end funding period, a senior Fed official said on Monday. "It is good to see firms starting to address year-end funding needs, and we understand that, as firms manage their balance sheets more carefully in December, rates can be somewhat more variable and dealers may adjust their approach to our operations," Lorie Logan, senior vice president in the New York Fed's markets group, said in prepared remarks to the Annual Primary Dealer Meeting.

Asian shares climb to 14-week highs on hopes U.S., China getting close to trade deal
04.11.2019

11.04.2019 Asian shares surged on Monday, with a broad regional gauge hitting more than 14-week highs, as growing optimism over U.S.-China trade talks and upbeat U.S. job data boosted global investors' appetite for riskier assets. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan (MIAPJ0000PUS) jumped 1.08%, touching its highest level since July 24, and on track for its biggest one-day gain since Oct.