U.N. climate change official, former CIA chief, and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May all announced their support for an online exchange for trading in cryptocurrency.
S reported a $US9.8 billion investment in the platform last week, with an anticipated value of about $USUS10 billion by the end of 2021.
It’s an upgrade from its previous offering, which offered trading in bitcoin, but with the ability to buy and sell in the digital currency.
In a statement on Monday, the U.U.N., U. of P.S., and the exchange said the investment was in response to the rapid and dramatic change in the cryptocurrency market.
“While the market has been slow to adapt to the rise of cryptocurrency, we believe the digital currencies are the future of finance and that they are poised to disrupt the global financial system, said the statement.
The company said it plans to expand to other markets, including Hong Kong, China, Japan, India, Singapore, and South Korea. “
The U.C.V. platform will be the largest in the world for trading cryptocurrency,” the statement added.
The company said it plans to expand to other markets, including Hong Kong, China, Japan, India, Singapore, and South Korea.
The move comes on the heels of the U,K.
government announcing plans to allow crypto exchanges in the capital, London.