Virtual currency Lisk is to begin trading on major Bitcoin exchanges in Canada and the United States, as part of a partnership with Bitcoin exchange Bitstamp, the company announced today.
Lisk v BVC is to be available in the U.S. and the U, and the company said it will provide Canadian and Australian consumers with the opportunity to trade virtual currency on the Bitcoin Exchange Network.
Bitcoin is the digital currency that uses peer-to-peer technology to facilitate transactions.
Lisky, the Canadian-based company that operates a virtual currency exchange in Canada, said it is also looking at a partnership in the United Kingdom.
The company, which operates in the UK, said a limited number of Lisk-related transactions will be available on Bitstamps exchange in both the U and the UK.
Bitstamp announced in May that it would support the exchange of Lisky on its platform and said it would also support other virtual currency exchanges.
The exchange was founded in 2015 by Bitinstamp co-founder and CEO Mark Karpeles and features a $250 million valuation.
It offers Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and other virtual currencies.
BitstAMP said the Lisk platform will be powered by the company’s platform.
BitStamp and Lisk, which was founded by Karpen, have been working together for more than a year to make Lisk a viable currency.
It has also announced that it is working on a digital currency called Bitcoin Cash.
In January, the exchange announced that a team of developers will create a blockchain-based digital currency.
Bitcoin Cash is an experimental digital currency designed to be used as a store of value on the bitcoin blockchain, the ledger of transactions on the network.
It is currently trading at around $5,500 per bitcoin, compared with $3,500 currently.