Voyager is in the digital currency news lately, being established as a brokerage startup that helps users find the best prices for Bitcoin and other crypto assets in an easy way. Founded by the co-founder of Uber, the brokerage has recently gone public in Canada and is listed on the Toronto Venture Exchange (TSX-V) through a reverse merger that is reportedly worth $60 million.
The privately held company was in fact co-launched between the ex-CTO of Uber Oscar Salazar and his publicly traded company UC Resources Ltd. on one side – and a former mineral exploration company, which led to a newly merged venture that is dubbed Voyager Digital (Canada) Ltd.
Voyager is now trading on the TSX Venture Exchange. For us, going public just made sense to bring transparency to our business and promote it across this emerging and thriving sector. Learn more about why we chose to go public and join us in our journey. https://t.co/FoTnrHhsaY pic.twitter.com/DwAuTLlG6G
— Voyager (@investvoyager) February 11, 2019
The new company is now listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under a symbol VYGR.V since February 11th.
The CEO at Voyager, Stephen Ehrlich, recently commented the decision to go public and how it brings “a high level of trust” to their customers.
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As he said:
“By becoming a publicly traded entity, Voyager allows the traditional investing community to tap the public markets for exposure to this important asset class and financial utility that is built upon the technology of the future.”
He also noted that this type of exposure will help people get comfortable with the crypto market and likely become a part of its widespread adoption.
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