Voyager Digital Reports 75% Revenue Rise in Q4, Cites Increased Crypto Adoption

The Canadian crypto broker said its revenue growth was due to the growing adoption of cryptocurrency.

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Updated May 9, 2023 at 3:14 a.m. UTC
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Cryptocurrency broker Voyager Digital (CNSX: VYGR) says its revenue for Q4 2020 is expected to reach around $3.5 million, an increase of 75% from the previous quarter.

  • In an announcement Tuesday, the Canada-listed firm said the increase is also up 3,877% from the fourth quarter of 2019.
  • Voyager further reported a December revenue run rate of over $20 million, compared to $200,000 in December 2019. A run rate is estimated revenue extrapolated from available figures.
  • Assets have continued to grow, Voyager said, increasing over three times from the September quarter to over $265 million in early January.
  • “As widespread adoption of cryptocurrency grew in the latter part of 2020, we have seen 2021 get off to a quick start and we are well-positioned to continue our extraordinary growth through 2021 and beyond,” said Stephen Ehrlich, co-founder and CEO of Voyager.
  • In October, Voyager moved to expand into Europe, acquiring LGO, a French cryptocurrency exchange primarily serving institutional investors.
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