Cryptocurrency wallet and platform venture, Luno, has announced its two millionth customer across 40-plus countries.
The company was founded in 2012 by CTO Timothy Stranex, a former Google software engineer and CEO Marcus Swanepoel, a former investment banker.
Swanepoel says: “Reaching the two million customers is a significant achievement. We strongly believe that by making Bitcoin more accessible through education and by offering a user-friendly, safe platform more and more people across the globe can benefit from a better financial system.”
“This milestone demonstrates the growing adoption of cryptocurrencies across the globe and reinforces our aim of reimagining a financial system where money is cheaper, faster and safer with open and equal access for everyone.”
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