OKCoin Korea Exchange Launched

According to the company, users can quickly and safely buy and sell bitcoins for Korean won on a new platform
03 April 2018   728

The team of OKCoin announced the launch of the same-name cryptocurrency platform for trading in South Korea. The new site was called OKCoin Korea.

Okcoin Korea
Okcoin Korea

According to the company, users can quickly and safely buy and sell bitcoins for Korean won on a new platform.

A year ago, OKCoin was on the list of the world's largest crypto exchanges, but under the pressure of the Chinese authorities it was forced to actually turn down the work.

In parallel, the company launched the international exchange OKEx, which is now in the top five of the largest crypto exchanges, outperforming in terms of trading volumes such sites as Bitfinex, Buthumb and Bittrex.

OKCoin to Move to European Market

Users can already trade Bitcoin, Ethereum and Bitcoin Cash in pairs with Euro and company had already opened office at Malta
06 June 2019   917

The Chinese cryptocurrency exchange OKCoin announced its entry into the European market and has already opened spot trading for couples with the euro.

In particular, users can already trade Bitcoin, Ethereum and Bitcoin Cash in pairs with European currency.

It is noteworthy that customers will be able to carry out the input / output of cryptocurrency without commissions until September 4.

Europe is essential to the evolution of the cryptocurrency markets. It is home to many progressive ideas for innovating and disrupting the status quo of the global financial system while maintaining a balanced regulatory approach. We are very pleased to bring digital asset trading to the European market in a secure and reliable manner, enabling users to trade digital assets for euro easily and safely.
 

Jovan Gavrilovic 

General Manager of Europe, OKCoin

In addition, the exchange announced the opening of a new office in Malta. The company notes that thanks to the favorable regulatory environment in this jurisdiction, OKCoin will be able to quickly and safely list tokens and add new options for EU residents.

In doing so, the Maltese division of the company will be regulated by the local financial services authority.