Spirit Blockchain Capital to List on CSE in September

Annie Li   Aug 25, 2022 04:50 2 Min Read

British Columbia, Canada-based Spirit Blockchain Capital Inc. (Spirit), which focuses on blockchain and digital assets, announced that it has received listing approval from the Canadian Securities Exchange ("CSE").

The company expects to begin trading shares of its common stock on the Canadian Securities Exchange in September. The exact time is still waiting for the exciting news from CSE.

The listing will raise funds for Spirit to expand partnerships with other prominent players, such as streaming and royalty deals with North American bitcoin miners while expanding operations.

The company's strategy is to obtain and expand its exposure to this emerging asset class by providing a broad range of services and a value-orientated approach with a robust risk management overlay.

Spirit's founder and CEO, Erich Perroulaz, said the listing is an important milestone for the company. He added that:

“Being listed will provide more opportunities in the fast growing Blockchain industry. Decentralized Digital Assets are still relatively new and will change the process of how people and corporations interact with each other. There is a bright future ahead in this sector.”

Spirit gives investors direct exposure to the industry without the technical complexities or limitations of buying and holding the underlying crypto assets.

SPIRIT Blockchain Capital Inc is a Canadian Swiss company operating specifically in the Blockchain and Digital Assets sectors. The primary goal is to create value in a growing environment through recurring income, cash flow, and capital appreciation.

Chief Operating Officer Antony Turner maintains a positive stance on the future of cryptocurrencies, believing that cryptocurrencies have bottomed out for now. He expects new highs in the next 12 months as the global market and ecosystem recover.

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