Goobit’s BTCX Files for IPO on Nasdaq First North Growth

The Nasdaq First North Growth Market has approved Goobit Group AB’s application for admission to trade of the Company’s stock. The first day for trading on Nasdaq First North Growth Market is on May 5, 2021.

On Wednesday, May 5, 2021, trading of Goobit shares will begin under the ticker symbol BTCX. Goobit has prepared a business profile for the Nasdaq First North Growth Market application, which is available on the Company’s website, www.goobit.se.

Investerum, the entrepreneurs Camilla Lundin and Vendela Lilliestrle, and the crypto specialist Ivan Liljeqvist, also known as “Ivan on tech,” are among the company’s institutional and well-known investors. The company report is not a prospectus; it has not been authorized by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority, and it does not include an offer to subscribe for the Company’s shares or other financial instruments in Sweden or elsewhere.

Christian Ander founded his company BTCX in 2012, which is essentially a bitcoin version of Forex. After seeing firsthand how difficult – and costly – it can be to buy bitcoins, Christian Ander came up with the idea for the venture. Since then, he has owned BTCX, a bitcoin exchange that describes itself as the “largest in the Nordics.” Speaking to Fyggex, Christian Ander says “we have focused a lot on having a simple approach. In the Swedish market, we have integrated a digital ID, a digital payment scheme. So basically you can buy Bitcoin in a minute. It takes one to three minutes, and then you have your first Bitcoin, just a very simple process.”




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