SelfWealth, a stock trading platform listed on the Australian Securities Exchange, plans to offer cryptocurrency trading as part of its 2021 roadmap.
On Monday, SelfWealth officially Announce The company will cooperate with a “mature and secure cryptocurrency exchange” to provide cryptocurrency trading on its platform.
“This is based on the research we have done, including the answers of many of you. You want to access encryption, but you want to do it in a safe and reliable way. You will be able to trade the cryptocurrency that we reviewed first,” SelfWealth wrote.
The company pointed out that SelfWealth’s entry into crypto investment coincides with the company’s efforts to transform from a pure stock trading platform to a “wealth creation platform”.
Cath Whitaker, CEO of SelfWealth, said: “Australians have decided to use cryptocurrency and are looking for a trusted platform to facilitate their investment decisions.”
The announcement came shortly after SelfWealth released a survey of 3,500 customers, which found that 30% of respondents had already invested in cryptocurrencies. According to reports, another 38% said they plan to invest in digital assets.
As the country’s main financial regulator, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, Australia has been steadily becoming a major crypto-friendly jurisdiction. Take a supportive stance Develop the local encryption industry.Authorities now Seek public feedback Regarding crypto-asset exchange-traded products, it is said that it is aware of the growing demand for them in the Australian market.