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Amber Group Sponsors CoinDesk’s Consensus 2021


NEW YORK–()–Amber Group (www.ambergroup.io), the leading crypto finance service provider, was an official supporter of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2021, which took place last month.

CoinDesk has held Consensus, a popular crypto summit, since 2015. The 2021 online summit brought more than 10,000 attendees together in an immersive virtual experience. Keynote speakers included Dr. Lael Brainard from the Federal Reserve, Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater, and Cathie Wood, founder and CEO of ARK Invest. Topics during this 4-day conference ranged from “Money, Monetary Policy & Bitcoin” and “The Quest for Crypto Legal Clarity” to “Psychology, Collecting & Non-Fungible Tokens.”

During the conference, Amber Group also ran a virtual booth, which was available throughout the entire summit and welcomed guests to chat with the Amber team. “Consensus provided us with an open platform to exchange views about crypto with participants across the globe. Amber Group has serviced hundreds of institutional clients since 2017 and looks forward to being the gateway to crypto finance for more investors globally,” said Annabelle Huang, partner of Amber Group.

Amber Group’s platform now offers trading, asset management, and financing to more than 500 institutional clients and over 100,000 individual investors. To date, the Company has traded over $330 billion across 100+ electronic exchanges, exceeding $1 billion in assets under management. Amber Group launched its latest product – Amber App – as an all-in-one mobile app to help users to easily invest, trade, swap, and earn crypto. The App has seen 4x growth in the past 5 months and anticipates doubling user growth by the end of the year. Institutional investors can also trade on Amber’s Amber Pro web platform or leverage their 24/7 voice trading desk for around the clock service.



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