via InvestVoyager.com

Voyager, a startup that provides retail and institutional investors with cryptocurrency trading solutions, announced Wednesday that its zero-fee iOS trading app has finally launched with a signup bonus of $25 in Bitcoin (BTC).


According to the announcement, the new app allows investors to trade 18 digital assets commission-free, across more than a dozen top exchanges, with direct USD trading pairs. In addition to a sleek trading interface, the Voyager app offers a simplified KYC process, easy deposits, and a variety of tools, including market data, charts and portfolio tracking.

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The following cryptocurrencies are available at launch: Bitcoin, Ethereum (ETH), XRP (XRP), EOS (EOS), Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), TRON (TRX), Stellar (XLM), Bitcoin SV (BSV), NEO (NEO), Ontology (ONT), Zcash (ZEC), QTUM (QTUM), ICON (ICX), Ethereum Classic (ETC) and VeChain (VET).

Trading is currently only available for investors inside the U.S., with California, Illinois, Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Wisconsin and Arizona supported. However, Voyager notes that it plans to rapidly expand to all 50 states and internationally this year.

The launch of the iOS app comes just two days after Voyager officially listed on the Toronto Venture Exchange (TSX.V) under the symbol VYGR.V. Voyager finished the day of trading up 22.2%.

“By becoming a publicly traded entity, Voyager allows the traditional investing community to tap the public markets for exposure to this important asset class and financial utility that is built upon the technology of the future,” CEO Stephen Ehrlich said.

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iOS users can now download Voyager to receive their $25 Bitcoin bonus.

More: The Voyager iOS App is now live
Related: Crypto Broker Voyager Goes Public on the Toronto Venture Exchange

Disclaimer: This article’s author has cryptocurrency holdings that can be tracked here. This article is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as investment advice. Always conduct your own due diligence before making investments.