Bitstamp eyes Asian and British markets in ambitious expansion plan

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  • Bitstamp seeks funding to expand globally and improve operations, with CEO Graftieaux leading discussions with potential investors.
  • Galaxy Digital Holdings assists Bitstamp in securing funds to broaden market presence and operational efficiency.
  • Bitstamp aims to engage Asian and British markets, introducing derivatives trading in Europe next year as part of its strategy.

Bitstamp, the Luxembourg-based cryptocurrency exchange, is taking strategic steps to secure additional funding to expand its global footprint and enhance operational capabilities. CEO Jean-Baptiste Graftieaux has disclosed ongoing discussions with potential investors to propel the company’s growth and innovation agenda.

Securing funding is already in motion, facilitated by advisory support from Galaxy Digital Holdings. Bitstamp’s spokesperson confirmed the company’s intention to tap into new capital sources.

Notably, this financial infusion focuses on broadening market reach and bolstering operational efficiency. As part of its strategic plan, Bitstamp is eyeing increased engagement in the Asian and British markets, including introducing derivatives trading in Europe the following year.

Graftieaux expressed the importance of strategic investors to fast-track Bitstamp’s development trajectory. He highlighted the company’s commitment to providing innovative products and services catering to retail and institutional participants in the cryptocurrency ecosystem.

The evolving landscape of cryptocurrency trading, marked by regulatory shifts and financial uncertainties, has prompted various industry players to explore more favorable environments. These dynamics have prompted the relocation of several crypto enterprises away from the United States.

Since its inception in 2011, Bitstamp has emerged as a prominent player in cryptocurrency trading, offering an alternative to other platforms, notably during the market leader Mt. Gox era.

In contrast, recent times have been challenging for US-based exchange Binance.US. In the wake of a complaint from the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the exchange witnessed a substantial exodus of market makers and traders.

Consequently, the liquidity for the 17 tokens traded on the platform plummeted by nearly 80%, significantly impacting its market share. From April’s robust 27.0% market share, Binance.US saw a considerable dip to a mere 1.1% by the end of June.

As Bitstamp seeks to navigate the changing landscape, secure funding, and expand its operations, the cryptocurrency trading sector remains abuzz with transformations that could potentially reshape the industry’s dynamics.

Disclaimer. The information provided is not trading advice. Cryptopolitan.com holds no liability for any investments made based on the information provided on this page. We strongly recommend independent research and/or consultation with a qualified professional before making any investment decisions.

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Mutuma Maxwell

Maxwell especially enjoys penning pieces about blockchain and cryptocurrency. He started his venture into blogging in 2020, later focusing on the world of cryptocurrencies. His life's work is to introduce the concept of decentralization to people worldwide.

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