Crypto Trading Platform Voyager Digital Receives European Trading License
Regulatory bodies in France, including the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) and the ACCPR (Authority for Control and Resolution), have granted official licensing approval to cryptocurrency platform Voyager Digital, allowing it to promote trading of 60 cryptoassets on the French and EU markets through its subsidiary LGO Europe SAS.
VYGR.V is the ticker symbol for Voyager Inc., a U.S.-based, Canadian-listed business that has been granted a “Fit and Proper” regulatory status, according to reports. Voyager signed a $85 million deal with cryptocurrency payments company Coinify in the beginning of August, with the goal of extending its banking services to cross-border payments across the world.
In line with the statement, the company has been working on a mobile trading app, which should be live in a handful of European nations by the end of the 1Q22, if everything goes as planned. We have a large list of European clients awaiting the launch of our app, according to Voyager’s chief international officer Lewis Bateman.
Our clients are located all over the world and we are thrilled about the possibility of serving them and providing the Voyager quality access to an even larger consumer sector.” Voyager Token (VGX) prices have risen slightly in the last seven days, according to data from Coingecko, after falling steadily in September after a bull run to $6.50 in mid-August.