BTCChina is a famous crypto exchange with a long history. Once opened in 2011, it was shut down in 2017 after the Chinese government had banned any Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and crypto trading.
However, the company was reopened in Hong Kong in 2018 and now it is expanding the boundaries to the next level.
New Step, New Move
Now BTCC strengthened its positions and decided to open a new department in South Korea. According to the report, the Korean office will be managed by Lee Jae-beom.
“Cryptocurrency exchanges are facing a turning point due to a downturn in local exchanges while global exchanges are making a leap here. BTCC Korea will be able to present a new strategy and vision of crypto exchanges,” – said Lee.
The beta services are going to be launched Oct. 31, while the official debut takes place in November 2018.