Crypto Exchange Safello Says Planned IPO Is Oversubscribed by 1,240%
The Swedish firm is expected to list on Nasdaq First North on May 12.
Swedish cryptocurrency exchange Safello has said its planned initial public offering is oversubscribed by 1,240%.
- The IPO was subscribed for 502 million Swedish krona ($59 million) from an initial offering of SEK 40.5 million ($4.76 million), according to an announcement Wednesday.
- “This is another validation of the maturity of the crypto industry and how it is finding its footing in the established financial industry,” said Frank Schuil, CEO of Safello.
- The firm’s shares are expected to start trading on the Nasdaq First North Growth Market, an alternative stock exchange for small and medium-sized growth companies in Europe, under the ticket SFL on May 12.
- Safello’s anchor investors include Northzone, White Star Capital and Digital Currency Group, the parent company of CoinDesk.
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