US technology firm Trust Stamp set to open Irish office
Trust Stamp had its first listing on the Irish stock exchange last week, valued at $28 million
Trust Stamp, an American technology company which listed on the Irish stock exchange last week, expects to open an office in Ireland, its co-founder has said.
In a rare occurrence for the Dublin market, Trust Stamp listed its shares directly on the exchange, raising no new money and valuing it at $28 million.
Gareth Genner, its co-founder and chief executive, said that as Trust Stamp grew through acquisitions and added more clients, it would create a...
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