The exchange is now only available to waitlisted individuals, but it will soon be open to the general public.
Crypto.com has begun the initial rollout of its services to users in the United States, following extensive marketing efforts.
Crypto.com said that its trading platform is now open to users on the waiting list and that it would be available to more users soon.
The trading platform is currently only available to a small group of institutional investors. However, in the coming months, the exchange will expand its services to include more investors interested in trading on Crypto.com. Institutional investors in the United States are also invited to join the exchange’s waitlist and use the platform.
Apart from the exchange’s usual services, Crypto.com’s VIP members will have access to a variety of events, prizes, and market information, according to the statement. They will also provide these users with access to private forums.
The CEO of Crypto.com, Kris Marszalek, expressed his delight for the launch in the statement. “We’re pleased to bring our professional trading offering to the United States,” he stated. He also reassured investors that they are working hard to make it available to a wider audience as soon as possible.
“During this initial launch phase, Crypto.com Exchange will provide help to institutional investors in the United States.” We’re excited to make it available to everyone as soon as possible.”
Crypto.com has been making strenuous efforts to broaden its appeal. The exchange recently airdropped a series of nonfungible tokens (NFTs) starring NBA great LeBron James. The Moment of Truth collection was presented to 5,550 people who saw the exchanges’ Super Bowl commercial.
Matt Damon, a Hollywood actor, promoted the swap last year. The ad, which featured Damon and used the phrase “fortune favours the courageous,” was seen on billboards and in television commercials. However, it did not go unnoticed by critics. South Park’s characters mocked Damon’s presence in the commercial in an episode.
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