Voyager Digital’s cryptocurrency platform has been officially licensed by French regulators Autorité des marchés Financiers and Autorité de contôle prudentiel et de résolution to facilitate 60 digital real estate trading platforms in the French and European markets under the subsidiary LGO Europe SAS. …
Voyager, registered in the United States and registered in Canada under the symbol VYGR.V, is said to be the first organization outside of Europe to gain such approval status.
In early August, Voyager signed an $85 million deal with crypto-payment company Coinify with ambitions to expand its financial offering to include global cross-border payments.
Reflecting this announcement, the company is developing a mobile commerce app, a service expected to launch in select European countries in the second half of the first quarter of 2022. Louis Pittman, Voyager International Director, said:
“We have a long list of European customers who are eagerly awaiting the launch of our app. The crypto economy is global, and we are pleased to be able to serve these customers and offer high-quality Voyager access to a larger segment of customers.”
Related: This indicator was bullish before the 200% Voyager (VGX) rally.
Analytical data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView shows that the price of Voyager Token (VGX) rose slightly – 13.22% in the past seven days to $2.57 – after a sly decline last month after a bullish peak to $6.50 in the US. middle. … -August.