The future is looking a bit more golden for CORO Global.
The company – and its gold trading app – just expanded its reach in the United States with the addition of a license to operate in Alabama.
The Alabama Securities Commission on Tuesday (Nov. 3) granted the Miami-based CORO a money transmitter license, giving it a green light to do business in the state.
The license approval comes along with a rise in gold prices amid anxiety over the election and a spike in coronavirus cases across the country. The precious metal has long been seen by enthusiasts as a hedge against uncertain times.CORO’s app is all about gold. App users can trade in U.S. dollars for gold, save it up or send it to other users through Coro’s app.With the approval in Alabama, CORO is now available in the Apple App Store and Google Play store to residents in 13 […]
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