The Vancouver-based online payment processor offers consumers and merchants online services for managing electronic payments. The company is focused on capturing the migration from cash to digital currency by utilizing blockchain technology.
The company is now listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and is hoping to trade soon in the Uunited States through the OTCQB venture market.
To be eligible, companies must be current in their reporting, undergo annual verification and certification and meet a $0.01 bid test.
"We have been planning to cross-list for quite a while but have been waiting until we established a footprint in the US,” said NetCents Technology founder and CEO Clayton Moore. “And now, with all of our signed US-based agreements along with the enhancements and platform functionality, the timing is now right for our formal entry into the US market," added Moore.
In the final quarter of 2018, NetCents reported a 206% increase in direct merchant sign-ups. In addition to the announced merchants, the company now boasts more than 425 direct merchant sign-ups, and the rate of sign-ups has increased each month.
NetCents has pushed back the release of its cryptocurrency credit card program in Canada to the spring of 2019 because of development work required for signed partner and merchant contracts.
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