The co-founder of Uber and Lightspeed Financial launch a new cryptocurrency exchange Voyager with zero Commission.

New trading platform will be headed by Steven Ehrlich (Ehrlich Stephen), former CEO and founder of retail brokerage Lightspeed Financial, as well as managing a division of professional trading stock online broker E*Trade, which later bought Lightspeed. In addition to his work on exchange, co-founder of Uber, Oscar Salazar (Oscar Salazar) and investor Philip Eytan (Philip Eytan).

The main feature of the Voyager is the lack of fees when trading. The platform plans to start listing the top 15 cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum and Bitcoin Cash. According to Stephen Ehrlich, the exchange is also likely to be presented XLM Ripple XRP and Stellar.

Beta testing will begin this week, and at the end of October, the application will be able to download all comers. The developers intend to add in the Voyager section with news and analytical materials about the cryptocurrency, but also to extend the functionality of the exchange to attract institutional investors. Now a new marketplace is in the process of obtaining the necessary licenses to work in the United States.

We will remind, in June, trading in the U.S. market beginning one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, Huobi. The site operates on the traditional model by charging a Commission for trading operations.

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