LQDEX Exchange to Be Featured Fox Business Network

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LQDEX Exchange to Be Featured Fox Business Network

July 25, 2018, New York City — “New To The Street” business television show announced today
partnerships with six blockchain and cryptocurrency brands, including inter-blockchain
exchange, LQDEX.

New to the Street has outlined interviews with “blockchain game changers” in their new
segment, “Exploring the Block.”

Exploring the Block will feature regular interviews with LQDEX co-founders, Yogesh Srihari and
Sergey Nikitin. New To The Street’s host, Ken Evseroff, will speak to the cryptoprenuers about
developments with the exchange, the market need for decentralization, cryptocurrency and
blockchain technology, among other things.

“LQDEX is thrilled to educate the public on the benefits of fair and secure exchanges. For
cryptocurrency to flourish, the public must share the vision of decentralization,” said Yogesh
Srihari at press time.

New to the Street regularly airs at 10:30 PM PST on Fox Business Network.

“The show helps brand both public and private companies about their businesses. We are
happy to add ‘Exploring the Block’ to our programming, as it’s a natural extension to our
business.” stated Vince Caruso, CEO of parent company, FMW Media Works Corp.

LQDEX (pronounced “liquid-ex”) is a decentralized trustless cross-chain digital asset exchange.
It allows trading of digital tokens across multiple blockchains without counterparty risk. The
system does not use atomic swaps and does not require modifications to the existing
blockchains. It runs on its own high-speed POS blockchain without miner fees.

New to the Street potentially reaches approximately 100 million homes in the United States and
more than 5.3 million homes in Canada. Planned programming for each week is updated at
www.NewToTheStreet.com.

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