Amber Group co-founder and CEO Michael Wu said the cryptocurrency investment firm is looking to go public in the US within the next two years, but regulatory uncertainty raises questions about its ability to offer its main product in certain markets. Photo: Handout
Amber Group co-founder and CEO Michael Wu said the cryptocurrency investment firm is looking to go public in the US within the next two years, but regulatory uncertainty raises questions about its ability to offer its main product in certain markets. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong crypto unicorn eyes US listing amid regulatory uncertainty over asset lending ditched by Coinbase

  • Founder of Hong Kong crypto investment start-up Amber Group said global presence helps it weather regulatory uncertainty regarding interest-bearing products
  • The 4-year-old company is managing US$1.5 billion in crypto assets as global adoption picks up

Topic |   Digital currencies
Amber Group co-founder and CEO Michael Wu said the cryptocurrency investment firm is looking to go public in the US within the next two years, but regulatory uncertainty raises questions about its ability to offer its main product in certain markets. Photo: Handout
Amber Group co-founder and CEO Michael Wu said the cryptocurrency investment firm is looking to go public in the US within the next two years, but regulatory uncertainty raises questions about its ability to offer its main product in certain markets. Photo: Handout
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