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Midpoint Holdings Ltd. ("Midpoint") (TSX VENTURE:MPT) is pleased to announce that its wholly-owned operating subsidiary, Midpoint & Transfer Ltd., based in the United Kingdom has added two new currencies. Midpoint, which operates the world's first true peer to peer foreign currency payments service, has added the Australian Dollar and New Zealand Dollar to its matching (netting) platform. It currently offers the service in: Canadian Dollar (CAD), US Dollar (USD), Euro (EUR), British Pound (GBP), Swiss Franc (CHF), Danish Krone (DKK), Norwegian Krone (NOK) and Swedish Krona (SEK).
John Booth, Chairman & CEO of Midpoint, said, "Following the launch of the Scandinavian currencies in May, we are pleased to add the Australian and New Zealand Dollar currencies to our platform. These new currencies further help bolster the Midpoint offering with our first launch in the southern hemisphere.
Australia and New Zealand are key to Midpoint's expansion and now these markets will help provide cheaper and transparent cross border payments to millions more people. We are constantly looking at new geographies and will launch additional currencies soon."
Following over 300% growth in transaction volume in Q3 ended March 31 2014, Midpoint reported a further 24% increase in monthly trades in May.
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