COINW Exchange recently announced its expansion and entrance into the African crypto currency exchange market, to offer its quality its exchange and asset management services to African users. This move into the African market is part of the aggressive global takeover, which the leading exchange platform is spearheading and a recognition of the emerging and viable crypto currency exchange market African continent boasts of.
CoinW is a world-class, reliable cryptocurrency exchange and trading platform, established in 2017, providing financial services in over 120 countries, having over 7million users globally, and headquartered in BVI. CoinW provides users with one-stop cryptocurrency financial services and trading options, such as spot trading, contract trading, ETF, margin, OTC, and overall asset management. The platform adheres to its core values which are; Innovation, Quality service, Wealth creation, and Transparency. CoinW aims at becoming a major leader in the cryptocurrency and financial service industry.
The African Cryptocurrency market has stood out to be a bubbling market having great financial prospects. According to UsefulTulips recently African users living below the Sahara have accumulated $80m in cryptocurrency. This volume amount is greater than the dollar amount of cryptocurrency accumulated by users in the US. Not only has Africa’s cryptocurrency market grown over 1,200% by value received in the past year, but the region also has some of the highest grassroots adoption in the world, with Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Tanzania all ranking in the top 20 of our Global Crypto Adoption Index,’ according to the Chainalysis data platform.
In support of the African expansion, Mingguo Bai, CEO of CoinW, said: “We’ve seen that blockchain technology, along with the adoption of cryptocurrencies in the African market, is gaining momentum. As a major player in the decentralized world, we still hope that CoinW could combine the proven ability to create a better trading platform with a deep sense of exploration and creation. CoinW had done a decent job in keeping expansion in India, South Korea, and Vietnam Market and is open for anyone to participate. We will continue to expand our local services in other parts of the world and advance our global strategy.”
African users can now enjoy diverse trading options, safer investment, friendly user experience, 24/7 customer service, transparency, mainstream and investment-worthy cryptocurrencies (BTC, ETH, HC) and other assets, highly liquid crypto assets for investors, secured, transparent and quality trading experience, that CoinW offers. Users in Africa can benefit from the amazing rewards, bonuses, airdrops that CoinW offers.
it is worthy to note that in pushing the drive of a global takeover in the global Crypto Exchange market, CoinW has launched a massive marketing promotion campaign in different countries across the globe. Gaining an expansion into English-speaking countries and Europe and solidifying its footing in the continent of Asia, having recently launched its entry into the South Korean Cryptocurrency Exchange market, which has 15.25 million South Korean citizens holding crypto accounts. This number accounts for nearly 30% of the Country's total population of 52million people.
Being a diversified company, CoinW has also launched many potential projects, including FT, Defi, GameFi, MEME, DAO, etc, in addition to NFTB (3500%), RACA (30000%), and B (5162%), which attained an exponential growth in 2021. The highest increase of recent initial currencies contributed to the growth of the exchange, bringing users high investment returns.
CoinW maintains a technological edge over other competitors having developed further solutions to augment or exchange service like the Hyper pay wallet and Hyper BC. CoinW is leveraging on the blockchain technology and prospects of decentralised finance, providing a financial solution users can trust.
CoinW Africa, is a welcome development and we are assured of success as we launch fully to explore the prospects in the African continent.
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