OREANDA-NEWS. December 05, 2017. The Crypto Company (OTC:CRCW), one of the first publicly traded technology companies in the digital currencies and blockchain sector, today announced that it has launched the first phase of its planned trading operations and platforms for digital currencies.

Beginning this week, the Crypto Company’s first group of traders will actively trade the most liquid cryptocurrencies using in-house capital. The Company’s full plans call for the build-out of a full-scale trading floor with high capacity for experienced crypto traders. The company is in the process of spearheading the development of high frequency trading (HFT) and program trading software platforms specifically for the cryptocurrency markets. These future phases are under development and require complex technology due to regulatory and security concerns unique to the crypto markets.

“The launch of our trading operations and the development of their underlying technology further support The Crypto Company’s value proposition as a proxy and medium for diversified exposure to the growing asset class of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies,” said Mike Poutre, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Crypto Company. “The successful rollout of institutional trading floors and platforms across the cryptocurrency landscape will help the industry mature and inspire responsible rules and regulations.”

About The Crypto Company

The Crypto Company (OTC:CRCW), one of the first publicly traded technology companies in the digital currencies and blockchain sector, offers a portfolio of digital assets, technologies, and consulting services to the blockchain and cryptocurrency markets. Shareholders in The Crypto Company gain diversified exposure to this exponentially growing asset class. To learn more please visit www.thecryptocompany.com.

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