DigitalX was the world's first publicly listed blockchain technology company, founded in 2014 as a bitcoin mining operation which at it's peak controlled over 2% of the network hashing power. The business expanded to providing liquidity for exchanges as well as the development of other blockchain technology applications such as Airpocket, a mobile app for peer to peer foreign currency transfers.
In 2017 DigitalX used it's industry and technology expertise to offer advisory and smart contract development services to blockchain projects seeking to raise capital. Following a strategic review in 2019, the company renewed it's vision through a focus on two business lines - digital asset funds management for institutional investors and development of blockchain enabled products for capital markets applications.
In 2020 this has seen DigitalX launch and scale two of Australia's first digital asset funds for wholesale investors and launch Drawbridge using emerging distributed ledger market infrastructure.