The shares will trade under the ticker symbol ‘CINGF’.
Previously, they were quoted on the OTC’s Pink Open Markets but the group said the upgrade to OTCQB provides greater access to new and materially larger pool of prospective US investors.
Malcom Palle, Coinsilium chairman, pointed out that 27% of US investors sampled in research by Fidelity Digital Assets (in June 2020) said they hold crypto assets versus a 22% response a year earlier.
"The United States is home to some of the world's most significant and influential blockchain investors and largest crypto funds,” Palle said in a statement.
"Coinsilium is one of just a few publicly listed companies in the blockchain sector. By joining OTCQB ahead of our relaunch as a focused Blockchain, DeFi and Crypto Finance venture operator, we now have an effective platform from which to reach a significantly larger investor audience and we look forward to providing investors in both the UK and the United States with regular progress updates at this exciting and pivotal time for the company," he added.
Jonathan Dickson, VP of international corporate services at OTC Markets commented: “"We are delighted to welcome Coinsilium Group to the OTCQB Venture Market.
“With its primary listing remaining on the AQSE Growth Market, the OTCQB Market cross trading facility will provide US-based investors with the ability to access Coinsilium shares in US dollars during US market hours."