DX Exchange will offer zero-commission trading for users, but will be charging a monthly subscription fee. In an interview with Finance Magnates, it has been announced that the first implementation of Nasdaq\u2019s matching engine and infrastructure for cryptocurrencies, called DX, will be launched next month. \u201cThe advantage of this cooperation is threefold: the brand name, the technology and the regulations,\u201d DX Exchange CEO Daniel Skowronski told Finance Magnates. But despite Nasdaq being a US-based stock exchange (and second largest in the world), DX will not be rolling out in the US in June, as it is still in talks with regulators. The exchange will initially open trading of the top six cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Ripple (XRP), and EOS. A preview of the platform can be seen below: The main promise of the new exchange is that the exchange will be regulated\u2014meaning they will ensure that no funny business goes on behind the trades. This has been a problem plaguing the cryptocurrency trading industry; allegations of manipulation by exchange companies have become rampant. One big example is Bitfinex, which has been accused of printing Tethers (USDT) out of thin air. Some allege that they are making more tokens than there are US dollars coming in. While these allegations have not been proven, it was enough to shake up the crypto-sphere. South Korea\u2019s largest crypto-exchange\u2014the fourth largest in the world, is currently facing a fraud scandal accusing their top executives of falsifying its balance sheets and selling tokens they don\u2019t have. Nasdaq has pledged to fight back. Recently, they teamed up with Gemini for an anti-manipulation market surveillance technology: \u201cthe solution correlates real-time and historical data with detection patterns to ensure early detection of unusual trading patterns that could be potential breaches of exchange trading rules and practices,\u201d they wrote in a release. They added that the technology focuses on detecting \u201cmanipulation techniques being used to gain a trading advantage.\u201d Additionally, as more tokens keep popping up by the day, most are just out to make a quick buck by hyping ICO\u2019s up for a massive pump and dump. DX plans to curb this by screening cryptocurrencies thoroughly before adding them into the exchange. \u201cWe are supporting blockchain technology. And the way we can help this ecosystem to progress is by vetting the tokens and making sure the good ones are promoted. We are not going to list coins, just because they pay us. Those who are worthy \u2013 will be listed,\u201d Skowronski said.