Toronto-born Coinsquare announced this month that has partnered with Vancouver’s MeetAmi Innovations on an educational content development and distribution agreement that they claim will benefit licensed wealth advisors in Canada.
MeetAmi and Coinsquare will work together to equip Canada’s financial advisor community with the knowledge and resources that are essential for navigating the swiftly evolving landscape of digital assets, according to a statement from Vancouver-based WonderFi Technologies, which owns Coinsquare.
“At Coinsquare, we recognize the importance of education in the digital asset space,” says Eric Richmond, president of Coinsquare.
As part of the partnership, Coinsquare will create content for MeetAmi’s AmiLearn learning portal, including the Certified Digital Asset Advisor course, which is recognized as a CIRO-approved CE credit course.
“This partnership with MeetAmi aligns with our commitment to support wealth advisors with the necessary tools and insights to support their clients,” Richmond continued.
“MeetAmi is delighted to partner with Coinsquare as we continue to expand our comprehensive educational platform with Canadian specific content, ensuring financial advisors are well-equipped to navigate the complexities of digital assets within the Canadian regulatory framework,” stated Hashim Mitha, chief executive officer of MeetAmi.
“With Coinsquare being Canada’s only CIRO dealer member crypto trading platform, and MeetAmi offering CIRO course credits to advisors, this partnership is a perfect fit, and we’re excited to get started,” Richmond added.
In 2022, MeetAmi closed a $36 million seed round from Private International Consulting, an independently operated multi-family-owned European investment office.
WonderFi’s combined platform (including Bitbuy and Coinsquare) claims over 1.6 million registered users and assets under custody valued at more than $900 million.