Iceland’s biggest cryptocurrency exchange launches in Iceland

Iceland’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, Rovio, has launched in Iceland.

The online trading platform, which offers virtual currency trades in over 80 currencies, is set to open on the island of Reykjavik, as the country prepares for the launch of the country’s next financial year.

In the meantime, the company is looking to build on its user base with a range of new products, including a mobile wallet for virtual currency transactions.

“We are working on a mobile app, which will provide access to virtual currency trading in Iceland, the island’s national currency,” the company said in a statement.

“The app will be available on the Rovios mobile wallet, with the same features as the bitcoin app.”

Rovio also announced the launch on Tuesday of the Icelandic National Savings Bank, a new savings bank that will operate under the auspices of the ROVIO Trust.

Rovios said it has received approval from Iceland’s financial regulator to begin trading virtual currency in the country, as well as for the creation of a bank account and deposit accounts.

“With this decision, we will be able to start a national savings bank, which we expect will help to stabilize the Icelandic economy and to support the local community,” Rovia said in the statement.

“The bank is set up as a private bank for Icelandic citizens and we are looking forward to working with Iceland’s central bank and regulators to ensure its success.”ROVIO was established in 2014 and was the first bitcoin exchange to accept Bitcoin.

The company was incorporated in Iceland on June 30, 2016.

Its founders, Bjorn and Håvard Långström, have previously been involved in digital currencies, and Roviós digital currency platform has been described as a “global leader in the digital currency space.”

The bank has attracted interest from a number of countries, including the United States, as it seeks to expand its reach.

According to a statement from the Icelandic Central Bank, ROVIA will become a national bank of Iceland.

The Icelandic National Insurance Institute has also approved ROVIOS virtual currency deposits, with Roviora, Roviþóður Þórsson, and Hákon Gudmundsson also on board.ROVIA was founded by two bitcoin entrepreneurs, Håvik Þorkellur and Björn Sturluson.

The founders were among the early adopters of bitcoin when it first launched in 2009, and the pair had a number in the top 20 of bitcoin trading on the exchange before it was shut down by the authorities in March 2018.