Norwegian crypto exchange reports successful Danish launch, but remains tight-lipped about client numbers

Firi is maintainting its goal of reaching over 100,000 Danish clients during its first year of operation, says the the firm’s CEO in Denmark, without revealing how many clients it has attracted since opening its doors three weeks ago.

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Norwegian cryptocurrency exchange Firi has reported a good start on the Danish market after opening its doors on July 12. However, the exchange’s country manager in Denmark, Karina Rothoff Brix, does not want to reveal how many clients Firi has brought in so far.

”Without saying how many, I can say there have been a good number of signups. We are satisfied in terms of our goals for the first few weeks,” she says.

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