BANXA (TSXV: BNXA) (FSE: AC00) (OTCQX: BNXAF) ("BANXA" or "Company") a Payment Service Provider (PSP) for the digital asset industry announced Total Transaction Value (TTV) for February 2021 of CAD $70.4M (AUD$71.5M). This result is up over 980% from Feb 2020 based on the Previous Corresponding Period (PCP). [Management Prepared].
This follows the January 2021 reported TTV of CAD $55M , bringing the combined TTV for Jan/ Feb 2021 to CAD $125M , which means the company has exceeded the December 2020 quarter TTV of $111M with a month still to go.
Holger Arians, CEO of BANXA said, "Since our launch in 2014, Banxa has grown from strength to strength. The recent dip in the bitcoin market has left our order volume unaffected, and our market share continues to increase. As the company expands, our aim is to build our systems and teams for scale. While we anticipated rapid growth, current market conditions are having us revise our projections as we continue to exceed our own forecasts. We look forward to 2021 and the unveiling of new products and offerings to better serve our customers and partners."
Banxa provides its clients safe, compliant access to the digital assets market, Banxa partners include major exchanges and wallets including Binance, OKEx, Huobi, Edge and Kucoin. Unlike its competitors, Banxa actively pursues regulation and licensing in the markets that it enters, with the aim of providing more options and services for its global customer base.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Per: "DOMENIC CAROSA"
BANXA (TSX-V:BNXA - Banxa Holdings Inc.) is a Payment Service Provider (PSP) with a mission to build the bridge between traditional financial systems, regulation and the digital asset space. Our goal is to onboard the general public to digital currency by building a fully compliant payment infrastructure that enables simple and secure conversion of fiat currency to digital currency. (USD/CAD to BTC/ETH) Banxa has offices in Australia and the Netherlands . For further information go to www.banxa.com
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SOURCE Banxa Holding Inc
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