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US crypto trading Voyager Digital granted European trading license


US crypto trading Voyager Digital granted European trading license. In fact, the French regulatory agencies Autorité des marchés financiers and Autorité de contrôle prudentiel et de résolution have approved Voyager Digital’s subsidiary LGO Europe SAS. To enable a trading platform for 60 digital assets in the French and European Union markets.

Significantly, Voyager, a Canadian-listed corporation located in the United States with the ticker symbol VYGR.V. Is likely to be the first firm outside of Europe to acquire this “Fit and Proper” certification designation.

Voyager signed an $85 million deal with crypto payments startup Coinify in early August. With the goal of expanding its financial offering to global cross-border payments.

In the wake of the news, the company has been working on its mobile trading app. Which will be available in a limited number of European nations in the second half of 2022. Voyager chief international officer Lewis Bateman stated:

“We have a big list of European clients who are eagerly awaiting the release of our software.” We’re pleased about the idea of serving these clients and providing Voyager excellent access to a wider customer group because the crypto economy is worldwide.”

The Voyager Token (VGX) price has climbed 13.22% in the previous seven days to $2.57, following an insidious decrease over the last month in the aftermath of a bullish spike to $6.50 in mid-August, according to analytical data.

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