Blockchain.com offers crypto trading in Kansas
The Blockchain.com wallet is already available in all 50 US states
Blockchain.com which claims to be “the world's oldest and most trusted cryptocurrency platform” has expanded its reach and launched its crypto trading services in Kansas, the Sunflower state.
The Blockchain.com wallet and exchange is now available to the nearly three million residents of Kansas. After its launch in the American state, the company witnessed daily transactions spiking more than 200%.
Blockchain.com was founded in 2011 as a bitcoin blockchain explorer. The crypto platform is now available in over 30 US states and is “actively working through individual licence approvals to bring product availability to all US residents.”
The Blockchain.com wallet is already available in all 50 states.
Blockchain.com has launched its services in the US states of Michigan, Oklahoma, Iowa, North Dakota and South Dakota. Within the past year, the company has also expanded into Alaska, Delaware, Illinois, Oregon, New Hampshire and New Mexico.
Over $1.5bn of revenue in 2021
In 2021, Blockchain.com made more than $1.5bn (£1.1bn) worth of revenue and was valued at $5.2bn (£3.9bn). The company has more than 37 million verified accounts and 79 million wallets in over 200 countries.
The company said that offering crypto trading in the state “will usher in increased financial freedom and earning potential” for the citizens of Kansas.
Bitcoin ATMs popular in Kansas
Brooks Wallace, head of communications at Blockchain.com, said: “We're bringing crypto access into the very heart of the United States. With the popularity of bitcoin ATMs growing throughout the state, Kansas residents have shown a real interest in embracing crypto and we look forward to being their trusted partner. Anyone interested in building the future of finance from the Sunflower State should explore our remote job offerings. It's not too late to be early to crypto."
Blockchain.com said it “is connecting the world to the future of finance.”