Voyager, the cryptocurrency trading platform created by Uber’s first CTO and a former E*Trade executive, has launched a new brokerage division designed specifically for institutional investors. Dubbed Voyager Institutional, the brokerage aims to deliver a “best-in-class crypto trading solution” to large firms seeking to trade cryptocurrencies, a group that among others includes hedge funds, buy-side

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