Voyager Crypto Broker App Set to Launch in Canada, Marking Its First Phase International Expansion
Voyager Digital has expanded its crypto brokerage services to the Canadian market according to an announcement on July 28. The firm whose parent company is domiciled in Canada is publicly traded on the Canadian Securities Exchange but had launched the brokerage under a U.S registered subsidiary. With Canada already home to the parent firm, it comes as no surprise that it was considered as the first expansion market past the American clientele.
We're excited to announce that the Voyager app is launching in Canada this fall, initiating our first phase of international expansion! 🇨🇦
Learn more about the launch and sign up for our waitlist here:https://t.co/CqkQ8UL5Ub
— Voyager (@investvoyager) July 28, 2020
Following the announcement, Voyager’s app is set to debut in Canada this fall with an option to pre-register already available. The services that will be extended to this market include over 40+ digital asset trading pairs, recurring buys, crypto transfers, Voyager interest program, and commission-free crypto purchases. Steve Ehrlich, Voyager’s Co-Founder and CEO, noted that the firm has been growing significantly with the latest expansion marking its International expansion footprint,
“We went public in Canada in 2019. Today, we've come full circle with two tremendously important milestones for the Company: expanding our business into Canada and kicking off the first phase of our international growth plan.”
Notably, Voyager Digital has managed to attract over 230,000 global users over its short period of existence. In the latest revenue report, Voyager recorded a 1.159% year-on-year growth, with a preliminary unaudited figure of $1.1 million. The firm is now looking further to increase its revenues as well as investor pool; it recently tasked BDA international with U.S investor and marketing relation campaigns, considering Voyager’s $10,000 and $20,000 common shares.
In light of these ambitions, Voyager Digital expanded its partnership with Circle Internet Financial as per an announcement last week. The partnership is set to enable Voyager’s stakeholders to be able to fund their accounts via debit and credit cards, together with bank wires as well. To achieve this effectively, Voyager Digital will integrate Circle’s API services, which will, in turn, assist to scale up the funding options in the crypto broker platform.