Trinidadian eCommerce Company WiPay eyes Jamaica’s Junior Stock Market for 2020

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At the fourth staging of the Tech Beach Retreat held in Montego Bay at Iberostar Hotel last week WiPay Jamaica, a Trinidad-based e-commerce platform launched earlier this year, announced they are in discussions to have the company listed on the Junior Stock Exchange (JSE) in year 2020.
Aldwyn Wayne, founder and chief executive officer (CEO), said his company has been in dialogue with Blockstation, which is a platform that provides an end to end, compliant, digital asset trading marketplace solution for stock exchanges – so that his company can be listed as a digital asset on the Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange in the coming year.
“We know Jamaica has the best-performing stock market in the world, which indicates that it’s the place to do good business – so we opened a location here in Jamaica. We intend to utilise this stock market, so in 2020 we will partner with Blockstation to get into digital asset trading which will allow for WiPay to be traded on the JSE,” he said in a release shared.