3 emerging cryptocurrency FinTech companies in the European market

Cryptocurrency has rapidly gained popularity and it has begun affecting the economy of some countries. The emerging world of cryptocurrencies appears to be getting back on track in 2021 after a volatile 2019. cryptocurrencyThe current value of the cryptocurrency market is around $270 billion, benefiting from the chaos caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to media reports, in April 2021, the cryptocurrency market topped $2 trillion of valuation for the first time, and Bitcoin’s at 1.15 Trillion dollars. Bitcoin registered a crucial growth in the last six months valuing up to a 450 percent rise. Bitcoin and ether have also been witnessing huge rallies this year.

Check out the emerging cryptocurrency companies in the European market –

  1. Luno

Headquartered in London, Luno is a global cryptocurrency co-founded by CEO Marcus Swanepoel and CTO Timothy Stranex. , Luno’s products and services aim to make it safe and easy to buy, sell, store and learn about cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Last year, the Securities Commission (SC) of Malaysia has given London-based cryptocurrency exchange Luno its approval to operate as a recognised market operator (digital asset exchange). Luno said in a statement that it had satisfied all the required conditions under the commission. It added that it can now offer Malaysian users the opportunity to safely buy, sell and store cryptocurrency on its platform.

This month, Digital Currency Group (DCG), a global enterprise that builds, buys, and invests in blockchain companies, today announced the acquisition of Luno, a leading cryptocurrency exchange.

Based in London and with regional hubs in Singapore and Cape Town, Luno has grown significantly in recent years, with nearly 400 employees and more than five million global customers spanning over 40 countries.

  1. Wirex

Wirex is a digital payment platform and regulated institution that developed a contactless payment card giving users the ability to seamlessly spend crypto and traditional currencies in real life.

Recently, Wirex announced the launch of a new offer to double the amount of Cryptoback rewards after surpassing 3.5 million customers. The company’s customers in certain regions can earn up to 4% rewards back on all purchases made with their Wirex card, available exclusively throughout April.

Wirex was created in 2014 by CEOs and co-founders Pavel Mateev and Dmitry Lazarichev. Wirex aims to provide a cost-effective service for crypto and traditional currency transactions by incorporating the next generation of payments infrastructure integrated with cryptocurrency blockchains.

  1. Ziglu

Founded in 2018 in London, Ziglu is a new cryptocurrency venture that aims to offer exchange services at interbank rates and at the same time, facilitate the purchasing of cryptocurrencies through various exchange platforms. It launched peer-to-peer payments for all currencies across the Ziglu app. P2P payments allow the transfer of funds between two parties, enabling Ziglu customers to instantly send or receive any currency from any contact within the challenger’s community.

Established by the co-founder and CTO of Starling Bank, Mark Hipperson, Ziglu has designed a financial platform that leverages bank-grade technology. It aims to offer fair and fully transparent pricing with user funds held in a segregated account. Through the platform, customers can exchange their money into digital currencies, including Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin & Bitcoin Cash.

Recently, Ziglu announced the launch of Bitcoin Boost, an account for allowing its users to earn interest equivalent to an annual percentage rate of 5% on their Bitcoin. According to Ziglu, its Bitcoin Boost account calculates interest on the value of the Bitcoin holding every second and adds interest payment to the balance each week.

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