After having obtained from the AMF the status PSAN (Provider of Services on Digital Assets) in France, the trading platform CryptoCom has just announced that it has chosen Paris as its European regional headquarters.
” Hello Paris
We are delighted to deepen our commitment and our presence in France, by making Paris our new European regional headquarters 🎉”, declares the crypto company on its Twitter account.
Hello Paris 🇫🇷
We’re excited to deepen our commitment and presence in France, by making Paris our new European regional HQ 🎉
Full details: https://t.co/nBoixpyMHi pic.twitter.com/EhkbKYUOZQ
— Crypto.com (@cryptocom) October 12, 2022
Despite the crypto bear market which affects many crypto exchanges on the market, CryptoCom therefore continues its international development and particularly in Europe, a key market for crypto trading.
In its press release, the crypto exchange indicates that it will invest 150 million euros for support the implementation of its market operationsincluding a regional headquarters in Paris”.
Eric Anziani, COO of Crypto.com, said:
“We are incredibly excited to cement our commitment to France and Europe with the establishment of our regional headquarters in Paris. Our regulatory approval was the first important step in our journey to France, and we look forward to continuing to engage with stakeholders across all industries to help facilitate the new digital economy in France and provide customers with a premier crypto experience. order. »
A positive announcement for France where many jobs will be created by the company by setting up its European regional headquarters there.
This news comes as the crypto exchange Binance recently revealed that he already employs 150 people in France and plans to hire 200 more this year, click here to read our article.
Claiming over 50 million users, CryptoCom also obtained a crypto license in Italy with the Italian regulator Organismo Agenti e Mediatori (OAM).
She also got her recording in Greece with the Hellenic Capital Market Commission, as well as the approval in principle of a major payment institution license from the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
Without forgetting theSpainwhere the Canadaafter signing a pre-registration undertaking with the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC).
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