ADVERTISEMENT

Crypto-friendly Silvergate Bank starts selling its shares on NYSE

Must Read

Samsung SDS adds privacy blockchain solution to Nexledger

Samsung, a South Korean multinational conglomerate with various subsidiaries, serves a different purpose depending on the industry in which...

Iranian government increases power tariffs for cryptocurrency miners

According to local news agency IRIB News, the Iranian regulators have tightened the regulations on the cryptocurrency miners in...

PayPal stops payments for Pornhub Models. Is Bitcoin next for PornHub VR, App & PornHub Premium?

PayPal is an American Company that is operating worldwide as an online payment method, which would help for online...
Karol Rhodri
Karol Rhodri
Karol is a strong professional with a Master of Library & Information Science - MLIS focused in Mathematics and Computer Science from Empire Beauty School-State College. He has a strong belief that every technology-related company will surely adopt blockchain, it's just a matter of time.

California-based Silvergate Bank began selling shares on the NYSE after the US SEC approved its IPO. The bank serves more than 750 firms in the crypto space, including Coinbase, Gemini, Circle, Bitstamp, Kraken, and Bittrex. The crypto-friendly bank filed for an initial public offering (IPO) in 2018.

The California-based, pro-crypto Silvergate bank began selling its shares on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Thursday as the US SEC declared its IPO effective. The bank works with over 750 firms in the crypto space, including companies like Coinbase, Circle, Kraken, and Bittrex.

 

A trustworthy bank for crypto firms

According to the bank’s SEC filing, it aims to continue focusing on the digital currency initiative as the core of their future strategy and direction. The bank has been providing its services to the cryptocurrency firms since 2013, and it has established itself as the go-to bank for the crypto industry.

Out of its 756 customers in the crypto industry, 69 are crypto exchanges, 468 are institutional investors, and the rest are crypto companies such as mining operators and protocol developers, according to its registration statement.

 

Silvergate Exchange Network (SEN)

Silvergate Bank also revealed that nearly 77% of its cryptocurrency-related customers are enrolled with its payment network Silvergate Exchange Network (SEN). The bank explained that the core function of the SEN is to enable participants to make transfers of US dollars from their SEN account to another SEN account. The bank claimed that because of its focus on the crypto industry in recent years, it achieved significant improvements in its deposit base. The total transfer on SEN so far has been $23.1 billion.

Silvergate price its stock at $12 per, and is planning to offer 3,333,333 shares of Class A common stock. Out of all shares, 824,605 are being offered by Silvergate, while 2,508,728 shares are being offered by selling shareholders.

Disclaimer: Coinnounce's views are not necessarily reflected in the articles published, and they are the sole representation of the author's opinions. Article's information should not be taken as investment advice. Risks are involved in cryptocurrency investments and trading. Readers are urged to carry out extensive research before making a decision.

Leave a reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest News

Samsung SDS adds privacy blockchain solution to Nexledger

Samsung, a South Korean multinational conglomerate with various subsidiaries, serves a different purpose depending on the industry in which...

More Articles Like This