Abra Stock

abra.comFinTech / BlockchainFounded: 2014Funding to Date: $96.4MM

Abra, founded in 2014 by Bill Barhydt, is a fintech company that allows users to buy, sell, and hold 30 cryptocurrencies, 50 fiat currencies, and the first of its kind crypto index. Abra's mission is to create a simple and honest platform to enable millions of crypto holders to maximize the potential of their crypto assets.

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Team

Management Team

Peter Kelly
Co-Founder
Daryl Puryear
Chief Technology Officer
William Barhydt
Co-Founder, Board Member & Chief Executive Officer
Justin McMahan
Chief Financial Officer
Brandon Mendoza
Chief Information Officer
Elena Sabkova
Chief Compliance Officer & General Counsel

Board Members

James Robinson IV
RRE Ventures
David Gowdey
Jungle Ventures

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News Highlights

Digital Asset Lender Abra, Once Under Fire, Pivots to Institutional Crypto Asset Management

Crypto lender Abra is pivoting to focus on institutional clients after facing investigations related to its retail yield products. It launched an SEC-registered investment advisor, Abra Capital, to provide services like staking, lending, and borrowing to accredited investors and institutions. Abra is moving away from its past retail business.

Abra will open customer withdrawals following Texas settlement

Abra reached an agreement with Texas regulators to allow users to withdraw funds from the platform. The settlement requires Abra to return crypto worth $13.6 million to about 12,000 customers. Abra and its CEO received a cease-and-desist letter in June over allegedly misleading statements. The settlement requires the CEO to hire a chief compliance officer for any investment advisory business he controls.

Abra wants to be a digital currency bank - CoinGeek

Digital currency investing platform Abra has announced that it would start offering interest-bearing accounts for six digital currencies.
Updated on: Jul 23, 2024

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