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Company Voyager Digital developing application for trading scriptactive without a fee, went on the stock exchange through a reverse takeover of a public company.

The company’s shares commenced trading on the canadian TSX Venture Exchange under the Ticker VYGR.V, said in a company blog. Voyager Digital came listing through the acquisition of shell company UC Resources Ltd.

As noted in the statement of Voyager, the listing of the shares on the stock exchange will make it easier to attract funding, and “bring transparency to the business and will give the world the opportunity to invest in a cryptocurrency company public through a traditional market.”

“Becoming a public company, Voyager allows the traditional investment community to enter the public markets for studying this important class of assets and financial utility, which is based on the technologies of the future,” said the company.

Voyager Digital was founded last year, among its founders, a veteran online broker E*Trade Steven Ehrlich (Ehrlich Stephen), former technical Director of Uber , Oscar Salazar (Oscar Salazar), and an early investor in the company Philip Eytan (Philip Eytan). Voyager mobile application for trading cryptocurrency without a fee, managing assets on multiple exchanges, is now in beta testing and is available for US residents.

We will remind, last year through a reverse IPO IPOs TSX Venture Exchange cryptocurrency Bank Mike Novogratz Galaxy Digital. Earlier it was reported about the possibility of holding a listing through a reverse takeover by Chinese Group cryptocaryeae Huobi and OKCoin, as well as Korean BTHMB — operator crypto currency exchange Bithumb.

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