The International Business Times names Currency.com on its ‘Crypto Champions Take 2020 By Storm’ list
Currency.com has been listed by the International Business Times (IBT) as one of the top ten regulated cryptocurrency exchanges having played part in the 2020 surge of Bitcoin
Currency.com has been listed by the International Business Times (IBT) as one of the top ten regulated cryptocurrency exchanges having played part in the 2020 surge of Bitcoin.
Bitcoin, the most popular cryptocurrency, reached an all time high surpassing $40,000 on Friday January 8, with commentators noting that because of the global pandemic, investors could be looking to the cryptocurrency as a safe haven similar to gold.
However, following the surge the asset recently plummeted around 15 per cent, wiping as much as $200bn of value from the cryptocurrency market in just 24 hours giving it a total value of $931bn down from $1.08tr.
This volatility is relatively common for Bitcoin. Even with the plunge, the coin is still up over 300 per cent in the last 12 months.
Named on the ‘Crypto Champions Take 2020 By Storm’ list, Currency.com is an award-winning tokenised assets platform that makes complex trading fast and easy. It lets users trade directly in crypto and profit in crypto, without having to exchange back into fiat currency.
Currency.com also has an app for both iOS and Android, allowing users to access the exchange on the go. It enables users to trade tokenised shares, indices, commodities and currencies from blue chip stocks such as Apple and Tesla to commodities including oil.
Currency.com surpassed 36 million users this year.
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