The renowned online payment processing platform, Netcents, has announced that it has made an official move to get listed on the OTCQB, a United State securities market place.
The announcement proclaimed that Netcents has opened a formal application to trade on The Venture Market, OTCQB.
While the OTCQB listing is underpinned by Communication Security Establishment (CSE), Netcents declared that it has been listed by CSE in Canada, and in Germany with the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
If the latest application to the OTCQB is officially approved, Netcents, and the crypto coins on its platform will surely make good inroad in the US.
The CEO of NetCents Technology, Clayton Moore, in a statement declared that the firm had been yenning for a footprint in the US for long.
“We have been planning to cross list for quite a while, but have been waiting until we established a footprint in the US. And now, with all of our signed US-based agreements along with the enhancements and platform functionality, the timing is now right for our formal entry into the US market,” Moore noted.
While Verge (XVG), Tron (TRX), and Horizen (ZEN), among other cryptos are the official coins on the payment processing platform, Netcents, a formal application to OTCQB for listing is sure a great step in the space.
Listing on OTCQB equals getting clearance from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).
Also, while OTCQB marketplace runs through OTC Link, and the latter is registered with the SEC as an alternative trading system (ATS) and a broker-dealer. As such, the three coins are bound to enjoy numerous advantage that will light the tunnel end of their success path.