Uber Co-Founder To Open US Cryptocurrency Exchange
TO launch preparing new trading playground, which will allow their clients carry out transactions with cryptocurrencies without paying commissions and is supported by several influential players from the traditional business sphere.
According to Fortune, the founders exchanges Voyager are Uber co-founder Oscar Salazar and early investor Philip Eitan. CEO Voyager will be former head and founder of retail broker Lightspeed Financial Stephen Ehrlich, formerly managing the professional trading division of online stock broker E * Trade, formerly than is he was bought by Lightspeed.
The fact that Voyager intends to provide his users possibility trade cryptocurrencies without paying commissions, puts the new exchange one step up with application Robinhood hoping to take their place on market, eliminating some costs, related activities.
Originally on Voyager will be 15 cryptocurrencies are presented, including bitcoin, Ethereum and Bitcoin Cash. Ehrlich reported Fortune that him company tends to add assets, which are not available on most major American sites, in Tom number XRP and Stellar.
Beta testing of the platform starts at this week, and traders can receive access to the exchange application at the end of October, reported company. Voyager also intends to publish cryptocurrency news and analytics and provide additional tools for segment of institutional investors.
By words Voyager representatives, the present time they are are in the process of obtaining licenses to work in USA. “We do not think that cryptocurrencies have spread among the wide the public in the United States “, – added Ehrlich.