Trading in digital stocks is fast becoming the new way to buy and sell stocks on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange.
This month, the Nasco Stock Market Center announced that trading in digital trading will be available for trading starting next year.
Nasco, which is a division of Nasdaq, said the program will allow for a seamless, secure trading experience for all users.
The Nasco platform will be open to users who are already active in digital securities trading, which includes stock and bond futures and options.
But it will not include individual stocks, like a stock exchange or broker-dealer trading.
For now, Nasco said it will focus on a limited number of stocks and bonds.
But as more and more people start to trade digital stock options and futures, the platform will eventually expand to include individual shares, the company said.
Nasdaq said it expects to launch the Nascoin Stock Exchange in the next six months.
The Nasco stock exchange is a joint venture between Nasdaq and Nasco.
The platform is expected to launch in 2019.