Huobi platform about to launch business division in Brazil

Posted 31 May, 2018

The top-3 trading platform in the crypto market – Huobi – reportedly expresses intentions to open a division in Brazil. 

The company is reportedly looking for the staff to hire for the new business in Sao Paulo. The working area has been secured via WeWork coworking services. Besides, Huobi was also seen negotiating with well-known market players in Brazil. 

"While there’s no official information on Huobi’s end, Portal do Bitcoin claims the exchange will start operating in the country by the end of this year," reported CCN.

In the social networks, the company has posted a job opening for the position of Chief Compliance Officer (monitoring company's operations to detect breakdowns and illegal activities) and Digita Marketing Manager.

The platform has firm intentions for business expansions worldwide. For reference, earlier they inaugurated the office in Canada, considering this country as the potential leading crypto nation.

“Establishing Huobi’s first Canadian offices in Toronto is a continued effort to help the blockchain industry become more credible so that mass adoption can come sooner,” reported CCN citing representative of Canada's office. 

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