Bitstamp announces US expansion after 570% increase in customers

Bitstamp announces US expansion after 570% increase in customers

"The potential upside for new retail and institutional investors in the U.S. is astronomical," said CEO Julian Sawyer. One of the oldest exchanges in the crypto space recently announced that it would be ramping up efforts to reach more users in the United States.In an announcement from Bitstamp today, the crypto exchange said it would be launching a marketing campaign in the U.S. aimed at educating retail investors about crypto following significant growth in the first quarter of 2021. As part of these efforts, Bitstamp said it planned to triple the number of people in its U.S. team and....


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