Voyager Token (CRYPTO: VGX) soared 46.55% to $4.13 over 24 hours main as much as Wednesday night time.
What’s Shifting? VGX, the token of a cryptocurrency brokerage service, has spiked 59.09% over a seven-day trailing interval. The 24-hour buying and selling quantity of VGX rose 749.24% to almost $63.7 million, as per CoinMarketCap knowledge.
Within the final 30 days, VGX beneficial properties have amounted to 78.02%, whereas it has appreciated 2390.78% for the reason that 12 months started.
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Why Is It Shifting? The Voyager token worth soared at press time with the broader market as the worldwide cryptocurrency market cap rose 2.82% to $2.65 trillion.
The key Voyager token information that buoyed the coin was that it will be listed on Coinbase International Inc’s (NASDAQ:COIN) Professional platform. Coinbase mentioned on its weblog that buying and selling in VGX would start on or after 9 a.m. PT on Thursday.
VGX noticed greater curiosity from retail traders at press time and it was seen trending on Stocktwits. The token additionally trended on CoinMarketCap.
Stephen Ehrlich, CEO of Voyager Digital Ltd (OTC:VYGVF) made an look on Yahoo Finance and mentioned the corporate was having a “report quarter.” The CEO additionally touched on the launch of a Mastercard debit card product.
Ehrlich additionally commented that BTC’s downward motion raises volumes on Voyager’s platform.
“Within the final two days, we’ve seen bitcoin down about 10%, and that basically will increase the amount on our platform as a result of persons are shopping for into these dips,” Voyager Digital CEO @Ehrls15 says, including: “One coin we’re seeing lots of exercise on… is avalanche.” pic.twitter.com/Xtqn2QC6F3
— Yahoo Finance (@YahooFinance) November 17, 2021
Voyager Digital reported first-quarter earnings per share of $0.18 on Nov. 15 with a income of $81.51 million. As of the newest quarter, the corporate’s property below administration grew to only below $7 billion.
Voyager Digital’s OTC shares rose almost 2% to $15.88 within the after-hours session on Wednesday after closing 7.36% decrease at $15.57.