eToro, a foreign exchange and cryptocurrency brokerage which allows its customers to copy the trades of other customers, has added MIOTA to its list of tradeable assets.
It is now the twelfth cryptocurrency to find its way to eToro’s platform. The last new addition was Cardano in June.
Early adopter of Bitcoin
eToro was founded in 2007 and began offering Bitcoin trading early, in 2014. Such was the explosion in cryptocurrency trading last year; the company shared that it acquired more new customers in one day in December that it had in the whole of 2016.
In March it raised $100 million to for a blockchain company investment fund, one of which will be its own decentralised cryptocurrency exchange, and in June 2018 the company announced its plans to open a branch in London that will cater to hedge funds.
We are happy to announce that @etoro has completed a fund-raise of $100 Million to support our expansion into new markets as well as continued research and development of #blockchaintechnology, and the digitization of assets! pic.twitter.com/7sv0L8rBRi
— eToro (@eToro) March 21, 2018