Voyager Digital Ltd (OTCMKTS: VYGVF) seems excited after it managed to gain the final approval, in which case it starts operating as a listed company. The listing implies that its common shares will gain more visibility, and the trading will happen under the Toronto Stock Exchange (the “TSX”).
Reports point to the possibility of the shares becoming available and trading as early as the market’s opening day. The date happens to be September 7, 2021. The company has been assigned “VOYG” as its new trading symbol. The TSX listing is a great movie, but it is also crucial to consider and meditate on delisting the company’s common shares from CSE. It was a matter that took place on September 3, 2021.
The CEO and Co-Founder of Voyager, Steve Ehrlich, opines, “Voyager’s growth to over US$5 billion in Customers AUM currently, with close to 2 million verified users on our platform has positioned us for continued success, and our uplisting to the TSX reflects the strength of our company. I want to thank our employees, whose hard work and dedication has allowed Voyager to rapidly grow into a company that meets the stringent TSX listing requirements in such a short amount of time.”
The official seems excited with the company’s opportunity to trade on TSX, outlining that it serves them with a unique platform that gives them more significant reach. He looks forward to brighter times ahead where they succeed with expanding their global investor base and the other activities geared towards developing their elaborate platform.
The other exciting move has to do with the company’s success in completing its historic token merger. It is a move that brings together VGX and LGO. The two happen to be outstanding loyal token communities. The blockchain industry is performing exceptionally well.