A newly licensed brokerage and blockchain startup backed by a co-founder of Uber, Voyager today announced that it will soon join the league of no fee Cryptocurrency market with a mobile app it intends to launch in Q4 2018.
Currently, in its beta testing stage, Voyager is founded by Silicon Valley and Wall Street veterans.
The crypto trading platform, with its awaiting app, intends to offer the no-fee trading service for 15 top cryptocurrencies, especially those listed on Coinbase. These include Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum Classic.
The company mentioned that it will examine how secured it can store the likes of XRP, XLM and some other coins that are not listed on the US major exchange before listing them for trade.
“A shared vision for how impactful this alternative asset class will become coupled with a belief that crypto-assets are empowering a new generation of investors is what brought us to launch Voyager,” said the CEO, Stephen Ehrlich, said.
“We looked at what was currently available for investors to participate in this market and agreed there needs to be a better way. Investors deserve an offering that is stable, safe and cost-efficient, and that provides them with the best features and functionality, including responsive customer service. They will have all of this with the launch of Voyager and be able to trade crypto assets with the same confidence that they have come to expect from more established markets.”
Voyager will also provide its users with, other intriguing features which include;
- Crypto news and analysis to guide users on investment.
- Prompt opening and funding of account with either crypto or fiat currency.
- Easy, secured and fast crypto trading services.
- Remarkable 24hrs customer service through instantaneous
While Voyager is yet to secure license in all states of the United States, the rollout of its services in the country will be in sequence.
At present, it has got approval in states like Massachusetts, California, Missouri, Montana and New Hampshire, but intends covering at least 40 states in the U.S.
While Robinhood, a stock trading app, has been in the field offering cost-free crypto trading service, the initiation of Voyager is believed to expose the league to another level of competition.