Tagged: currency.com

Group Including UK’s Capital.com and Currency.com Appoints Peter Hetherington As CEO

The group including Capital.com, the trading and investing platform “leading” the UK leveraged trading industry in “client satisfaction,” announced the appointment of Peter Hetherington as its Group Chief Executive Officer. Peter will “succeed Jonathan Squires, who was Group CEO during the Group’s early growth phase.”… Read More

Currency.com Expands into US with Digital Asset Exchange Services

Currency.com, the “high-growth” global cryptocurrency exchange helping everyone connect with the booming world of cryptocurrencies, recently announced that it has expanded into the United States. Currency.com US, registered with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) as a Money Services Business, will “enable US residents to… Read More

First Bitcoin ETF Trades this Week

After an extended wait for financial services firms attempting to launch an exchange-traded fund (ETF) based on Bitcoin, the very first Bitcoin ETF is expected to trade tomorrow on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Last week, it was revealed that ProShares Bitcoin Strategy ETF… Read More

Digital Asset Platform Currency.com has Reportedly been Awarded a New DLT License by Gibraltar’s Financial Services Commission

Currency.com, a regulated digital assets platform, has reportedly been awarded a new distributed ledger technology (DLT) license by the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission (GFSC). As mentioned in a release shared with Crowdfund Insider: “The license allows [Currency.com] to use DLT for storing or transmitting value… Read More

Currency.com Launches New Mobile Apps & Expands Hong Kong Securities for Trading

Cryptocurrency exchange Currency.com announced on Monday it has officially launched after its beta launch earlier this year. The platform reported that it saw more than 150,000 users apply to use cryptocurrencies to buy and trade tokenized securities. It was revealed: “The launch includes a slick… Read More

Belarus Selling “Tokenized Stocks” for Crypto- Buyer Beware

Two Belarusian investment companies, VP Capital and Larnabel Ventures, have launched a platform called Currency.com to sell Ethereum-based digital tokens they say represent stocks and commodities like Apple, oil and gold, Yahoo Finance reports. The site will reportedly buy the tokens using other cryptocurrencies. PR… Read More

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