Services Of Zebpay Crypto Exchange To Be Available In 43 European Countries
Zebpay, a trading platform from India, announced the opening of its branches in five European countries, and in general, its services will now be available in 43 countries of Europe, Bitcoin Magazine reports.
The Zebpay crypto exchange began its work in 2015 and quickly achieved success, becoming one of the India's leading platforms. However, in the fall of 2018, the Reserve Bank of India issued a decree banning the country's banking institutions from servicing the accounts of crypto companies. Ultimately, Zebpay had to suspend its activities and relocate to Malta.
The crypto exchange entered the European market in December 2018 and gained popularity soon. This time, the services of the crypto exchange will be available to traders in Spain, Romania, Slovakia, Liechtenstein, and Lithuania.
The exchange seeks to expand to new states and build close connections with traders and crypto enthusiasts, Zebpay CEO Ajeet Khurana stated. Zebpay has millions of clients, operates in most European countries, and is available in other states and continents, Khurana added.
In order to encourage the existing customers and attract new traders, the platform announced a trade competition, which starts today, February 1. The exchange will select 50 random users, each of them will receive 1000 euros on their account. Within a month, they will trade using the support of platform specialists at each stage of the competition. Ten best customers will keep 1000 euros on their accounts. The remaining traders, who manage to avoid losses, will keep 100 euros on their accounts.