Voyager's founders include Uber co-founder Oscar Salazar, as well as early Uber investor Philip Eytan. The company CEO is Stephen Ehrlich, who previously ran the professional trading arm for online stock broker E-Trade.
The Voyager app feels like any other trading app, you buy and sell with the push of a button. But behind the scenes it's searching for the lowest price of the coin you want on multiple exchanges.While giving the app a test run, I honestly didn't even notice that I was actually shopping multiple exchanges, I just chose a coin, put in the amount, pressed "buy", and a second later the tokens were in my wallet - i'm not even sure which exchange the app found the coins on.
The current list of tokens supported include: Bitcoin (BTC) Ethereum (ETH) Ripple (XRP) Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV) EOS (EOS) Stellar Lumens (XLM) Litecoin (LTC) Ethereum Classic (ETC) Ontology (ONT) Zcash (ZEC) Tron (TRX) Cardano (ADA) Iota (IOT) Neo (NEO) VeChain (VET) Qtum (QTUM) ICON (ICX)
Voyager has partnered with universal wallet Ethos which will provide integrated storage for all of the coins you've traded with Voyager, keeping them in 1 central wallet that you control.
The app is in beta testing now, and the official launch comes soon.
You can now help test the app, and they'll start you off with $25 worth of Bitcoin in your account balance.