Coinhouse is the first French platform registered by the AMF to invest in and secure digital assets.
Who are we?
Coinhouse, formerly “La Maison Du Bitcoin”, was born in 2015. Founded by Éric Larchevêque and Thomas France, it was initially a place for sharing and conferences as well as a cryptocurrency exchange counter located in the heart of Paris.
Coinhouse, a pioneer in crypto investments, is now an online platform for individuals and institutions wishing to acquire and secure their digital assets.
Our teams support them in building their asset portfolio and enable them to better understand this ecosystem. Coinhouse has more than 350,000 clients in Europe and offers immediate access to around 30 cryptoassets carefully selected by its experts.
accounts receivable (almost 30% of the volume done by companies).
active investors each month.
employees at the beginning of 2021.
students and professionals trained in blockchain and cryptoassets.
5.7 million euros
raised from investors around the world.
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