All of this comes as Robinhood explores new ways to expand the number of cryptocurrencies it supports.
Robinhood has revealed that it's planning to go global with a "crypto-first strategy."
That's according to the trading platform's chief brokerage officer Steve Quirk, who has recently jumped ship from TD Ameritrade.
All of this comes as Robinhood explores new ways to expand the number of cryptocurrencies it supports — with one of its primary concerns ensuring that this growth is achieved without annoying regulators. At present, seven coins are offered to users.
"Robinhood has set aggressive goals to start opening its crypto platform up to customers internationally in 2022. The company believes in the immense potential of the crypto economy and sees a big opportunity in serving customers across the globe."
It doesn't help matters that these results will be compared with the same period a year earlier, which is when GameStop and Dogecoin mania was dominating the markets.