Huobi to cover new regions – Middle East, Africa and South Asia

Posted 26 October, 2018

The top-4 crypto exchange Singapore-based Huobi plans business expansion to the MENA and South Asia regions.

The company blog reads that the business division Huobi Mena will be headquartered in Dubai. The co-founder of Huobi MENA Mohit Davar told about the global expansion plans of the company during the World Blockchain Summit held in Dubai, UAE. He also unveiled more details about the new MENA business.

“We are very excited to bring the Huobi blockchain and digital asset ecosystem to the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia. As Dubai is leading the blockchain effort in the region, it made sense for us to set up our Regional Head Office here,” as  Mohit Davar commented. 

The new business is believed to keep following successful eco-system pattern of the company and may cover new three regions – the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. Huobi MENA will offer such services as OTC trading, token-to-token trading, blockchain projects incubation, community development. Besides, the business is also said to run an educational centre. Mohit Davar added that token-to-token and OTC trading are already available in beta. 

Huobi also plans to win stable partnerships with the regional companies to offer safe and reliable services. The first cooperation may be established with AI Trader.

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