Cryptocurrency Voyager Digital has received official licensing approval from French regulators Autorité des marchés Financiers and Autorité de contôle prudentiel et de résolution to create a 60 digital asset trading platform in the EU and France markets under its subsidiary LGO Europe SAS.
Voyager, a US company registered in Canada under the ticker VYGR.V, is considered the first non-European organization to be classified as having “appropriate and proper” approval status of this type.
In early August, Voyager entered into an agreement with cryptocurrency payments company Coinify for an assessed value of $ 85 million with ambitions to expand its financial offering to include global cross-border payments.
As an expression of the statement, the company is developing a mobile commerce app, a service expected to launch in a number of European countries in the second half of the first quarter of 2022. Louis Pittman, Voyager International Head, said:
“We have a long waiting list for European clients who want to launch our application. Cryptoeconomics is global and we are delighted to be able to serve these customers and offer quality Voyager access to a wider customer segment. ”
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