Switzerland’s Leading Online Bank For Trading Services – Swissquote Launches Tezos Staking
Swiss banking group Swissquote, Switzerland’s leading regulated bank for online trading services has launched Tezos staking.
Swissquote, Switzerland’s leading online bank for trading services has launched Tezos staking.
Swissquote has offices Zürich, Bern, London, Luxembourg, Malta, Dubai, Singapore and Hong Kong. The Group currently employs 805 staff.
It was announced late last year that Swissquote would be launching its own cryptocurrency exchange, with the ambition of becoming ‘the leading Swiss provider of digital assets’.
It was stated in the December announcement that the organization wanted to add staking services to its offerings and it has kicked off that process by adding Tezos staking.
At that point Swissquote offered 24 cryptocurrencies for trading, now that number has increased to 26 and Tezos has been included into the exchange platform.
A Link to the Swissquote Tezos announcement and all relevant information can be found here.
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