Voyager Digital, a cryptocurrency exchange based in the United States, has been awarded a trading license in Europe


Throughout Q1 2022, Voyager Digital plans to launch its mobile trading platform in Europe.

The French regulatory bodies Autorité des marchés financiers and Autorité de contrôle prudential et de résolution have granted Voyager Digital official licensing approval to facilitate a trading platform of 60 digital assets in the French and European Union markets through its subsidiary LGO Europe SAS.

Voyager, a US-based, Canadian-listed business with the ticker symbol VYGR.V, is said to be the first corporation outside of Europe to be granted this type of “Fit and Proper” clearance status.

In early August, Voyager signed an agreement with crypto payments business Coinify for an estimated $85 million to expand its financial services to include worldwide cross-border payments.

During the announcement, the company has been working on its mobile trading app, which will be available in a limited number of European nations in the second half of the first quarter of 2022. Lewis Bateman, Voyager‘s chief international officer, said:

“We have a long waiting list of European customers who are looking forward to the launch of our app. The crypto economy is global and we are excited about the prospect of servicing these customers and delivering the Voyager quality access to a broader customer segment.”

According to statistics from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView, the Voyager Token (VGX) price has gained 13.22% in the last seven days to $2.57, following a slow fall over the last month following a bullish surge to $6.50 in mid-August.

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