One of the leading South Korean cryptoexchanges, Upbit, has begun promoting new trading platforms in Indonesia and Thailand as part of a plan to expand the company's global reach. It is reported by Bitcoin.com, citing local sources.
The websites of new trading platforms have already been launched. According to the CEO of the parent company Dunamu Lee Seok Wu, since its inception, Upbit had planned to become a global-scale cryptotocompany that was not constrained by the domestic market.
The other day Upbit launched a trading platform in Singapore that supports local fiat currency.
As for the upcoming platform Upbit Thailand, it is still at the stage of closed beta testing and is available for a limited number of traders. This platform will support 131 coins in 241 trading pairs.
Upbit's Indonesian division will feature 156 coins in 276 currency pairs.