Dignity Corp. issues a DIGau token to present the next generation precious metals investments to the public

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The initial DIGau tokens will be issued to legitimate, verifiable and appropriate private wallets that previously held the unaffiliated DIG token. These wallets have successfully completed the KYC / AML and were deemed appropriate and provided appropriate documentation and subscription agreements. These portfolios were also subjected to additional on-chain analysis and risk assessment checks using CipherTrace.

Dignity Corp., a blockchain development company, issued these security tokens to unlock new ways to invest in United States precious metals, mining and minerals sector. Previously announced, it has completed its advisory board with the aim of broadening its financial expertise, its regulatory focus, its diversity and integrating key experts in several different disciplines.

“It is the culmination of the tireless work of so many people to create a reliable and compliant security token backed by gold reserves that provides the easiest path for a variety of investors to benefit from opportunities in United States precious metals and minerals mining sector, ”said Kent M. Swig, President of Dignity Gold.

The original DIGau tokens were issued under an exemption from the registration requirements of the Securities Act under Rule 506 (c) of Regulation D and Regulation S of the Securities Act. The securities are “restricted securities” within the meaning of Rule 144 of the Securities Act. Additional tokens may be issued to other groups of token holders in the future, as they go through the same rigorous KYC / AML and documentation processes.

About Dignity Gold, LLC

Founded in 2019 by Stephen braverman and Kent M. Swig, Gold of dignity is the parent company of Dignity Corp. which intends to issue the Dignity token using the DIGau ticker backed by gold deposits located at United States.

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