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Kraken Confirms Its Plan to Go Public in 2022


u.today April 08 2021 15:58, UTC
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Cryptocurrency exchange Kraken will have its public debut in 2022 via a direct listing, according to CEO Jesse Powell's new CNBC interview: 

We’re looking at being able to go public sometime next year. It would probably be a direct listing, similar to Coinbase. 

There have been numerous reports about Kraken holding a new funding round that could boost its valuation to a whopping $20 billion, but Powell says it is not in a rush to seek new investors ahead of the Coinbase listing:

We’ve kind of been delaying a bit to see where the Coinbase valuation comes in at.

The largest U.S. cryptocurrency exchange will have its blockbuster direct listing on Apr. 14 after reporting its stellar first-quarter results with $1.8 billion in revenue and 56 million verified users.     
     
Kraken, according to Powell, also started the year on a high note, surpassing the 2020 numbers in just two months:     

We beat last year’s numbers by the end of February. The whole market has really just exploded. 


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