Electronic Discovery Platform (EDP) has announced that it has been acquired by a company called Cryptomoney.
Cryptomoney is a bitcoin exchange that allows people to exchange bitcoin and other digital currencies for goods and services in exchange for virtual currency.
It currently allows people who have an online bank account to make payments in bitcoin for goods or services and also provides bitcoin wallet services for those who do not.
Cryptos and digital currencies have been a major driver of demand for digital wallets, especially on mobile devices, as well as in retail and consumer goods markets.
However, there has been a significant amount of competition in the space.
It is unclear if Cryptomony will continue to offer bitcoin wallet service for other cryptocurrencies or if it will offer a more centralized approach.
The company has been focused on growing its business, which is why it acquired EDP, which it had acquired in February 2017.
CryptomONEY announced the acquisition in a blog post on Friday.
“CryptomONEys digital currency business is expanding to a new era of growth, and we have been able to capitalize on the opportunity that has arisen as digital currencies are rapidly becoming a mainstream currency and digital wallets are a necessity for our customers.
We are excited to be joining forces with CryptomONEY to make CryptomONEy more of a digital discovery platform for digital currencies,” the company wrote.
At the time of the acquisition, CryptomMoney was valued at $3.4 billion.
Its first product was an online payment gateway.
It added another digital currency platform in October, 2016, called Cryptomi.
Cryptomi is the company’s digital wallet service, and the company was valued by the Wall Street Journal at $1.5 billion.
It also offers a cryptocurrency exchange for buyers and sellers of digital currencies, including bitcoin.
The company’s website states that it was founded in 2010, when it was first called CryptoMoney.
Since its inception, Cryptomi has grown to become the world’s third largest online exchange for cryptocurrency trades, according to CoinMarketCap.
CryptoMoney, which had its IPO on February 4, 2017, is also an investor in a number of companies that have recently emerged from digital currencies.
The most notable of those companies is CoinLab, which was acquired by Paypal for $400 million in December.
Paypal and the Bitcoin community have been vocal about the potential of digital wallets to help consumers and businesses avoid fees.
The Bitcoin Foundation recently declared that digital wallets could be a viable option for consumers and merchants to avoid Bitcoin fees.
However, it remains unclear if the new acquisition will extend the reach of Cryptomoneys platform to more platforms.