The Australian digital currency mining company has filed preliminary documents recently for an initial public offering in the United States in another sign of the booming interest in the blockchain sector.
The all-cash deal points to a direction of travel for Robinhood towards investing in technologies and companies in and around the brokerage and corporate sectors.
Over five digital currency companies have expressed interest in going public–experts warn that both equities and digital currency are in a bubble.
The rumors are true. Coinbase has recently confirmed that they have filed to become a publicly traded company in the United States.
According to its IPO prospectus filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Airbnb is exploring several applications of blockchain technology.
The report claims that the stock and digital currency trading app has asked banks to pitch for roles in the IPO.
BlockFi has just closed a $50 million series C fundraising round that gave the company a valuation of roughly $400 million.
A New York court has ruled that Longfin Corp. owes its investors over $223 million in a default judgment against the company.
Coinbase is expected to pursue its listing on a U.S. stock exchange as early as late 2020 or early 2021.
South Korea’s Bithumb has reportedly begun the initial public offering process, with the help of Samsung Securities as its underwriter.
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation announced its plan to raise $2.8 billion through an initial public offering.