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Coinsilium: Web3
In the starting blocks for the new Internet!

Unlock the Future of Web3!

Explore our growing library of Web3 educational reports, strategic insights, and investments updates. Click here to explore Coinsilium’s resource hub

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We are now entering an era of exponential technological growth and innovation, where the convergence of blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), and metaverse have paved the way for a transformative digital landscape.

Web3, the decentralised successor to Web2, is emerging as the foundation for this new era, promising to revolutionise how we interact, transact, and immerse ourselves in a virtual world.

We are Coinsilium!

Coinsilium is an investor, advisor and venture builder at the forefront of Web3 convergence. We invest in and accelerate Web3 and AI powered technology start-ups whilst supporting their development and commercialisation. We also provide strategic advisory services to start-ups looking to issue tokens through token generation events. Coinsilium’s wholly owned subsidiary Coinsilium (Gibraltar) Limited is the Company’s operational hub in Gibraltar.

How to buy
Coinsilium shares

In 2015, Coinsilium became the first blockchain company to IPO in London. Coinsilium shares are traded on the AQSE Growth Market in London, under the ticker symbol “COIN”, and on the OTCQB Venture Market in the United States under the ticker symbol “CINGF”, allowing investors to purchase shares and gain exposure to Web3 converging technology opportunities through our focused investment and advisory portfolio.

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AQUIS Stock Exchange (UK Investors): You will need a broker account to buy Coinsilium shares. There is a full list of brokers who can buy and sell shares on the AQSE here. 

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OTC Markets (US Investors) Retail investors must execute their transactions (buy and sell orders) in OTCQX, OTCQB and Pink securities through a registered broker-dealer. Please contact a broker to learn more. 
General information on how OTC trading works is available in OTC Markets 101: Part 2 — Trading.