CoinDeal Crypto Exchange Set to Launch in 12 US States in the Coming Days
After a successful past year; signing a deal with Wolverhampton Wanderers, adding multiple tokens to its trading platform and new fiat currency additions, Coin Deal has announced the opening of trading services across several states in the U.S. The expansion is set to open up the exchange to more market players and crypto traders across the Atlantic.
CoinDeal is an official sponsor of Wolves, an English Premier League team (Image from CoinDeal)
CoinDeal cryptocurrency exchange is already present in four continents and over 70 countries across the globe and aims to add U.S citizens to their markets. The exchange allows users to buy, sell and trade over 40 cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), and Litecoin (LTC) among others.
CoinDeal Platform to Launch in 12 New U.S States
The exchange will be launched in a total of 14 states whereby users in these states will be able to use the exchange freely and legally. The exchange is registered at the U.S federal Financial Crimes Enforcement Network and is set to increase the number of states in the coming days. The company is waiting on its application for the MSB license and a corporation deal with an American law office, Oster McBride.
The expansion to the U.S. ranks as one of the largest projects the company is set to complete. The team at CoinDeal is equal to the task and relish on the challenge, the report from the team says,
“We plan to constantly develop and increase the number of our users, even if it requires such large projects as this one we are planning now.”
The expansion plan is set to commence in the coming days as the team prepares and develops the platform further. The exact date of launching the platform in U.S markets is yet to be revealed but reports points to June this year.