Together with Nvelop, South Korean exchange Bithumb plans to launch a regulated platform this year, according to local reports.
The UAE-based platform is reportedly to be developed in partnership with Abu Dhabi-based firm Nvelop and will function as a springboard for Bithumb to expand into other countries in the Middle East.
Nvelop itself is a joint project from Abu Dhabi-based E11 Investment Fund and Taiwanese venture capital outfit Trill Ventures Group, Financial News reports. The joint venture was reportedly established to fund and develop blockchain initiatives in the Middle East and North Africa.
“The partnership with Nvelop will enable us to build a foothold in the Middle East as a global exchange,” the publication quotes Bithumb as saying:
“This year, we will diversify into a company centered on overseas business.”
Last week, Bithumb debuted its over-the-counter platform for large-volume traders.
Source: , CoinTelegraph
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