Hive Blockchain Technologies, a publicly traded Canadian crypto-mining company, said it received approval to list its common shares on Nasdaq.
- The Vancouver-based company went public in 2017 and said it will retain its listing on the TSX Venture Exchange, trading under the ticker symbol “HIVE.”
- The shares have gained about 33% this year.
- Hive did not say when the Nasdaq shares would start trading.
- In May, the firm sold its Norwegian subsidiary Kolos Norway AS after the government abolished power subsidies.
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