- OKX President Hong Fang said in a press release that the expansion is a big step towards empowering users.
- The exchange will have new offices in the coming months.
- Founded in 2017, OKX offers spot, margin and derivatives trading to clients worldwide.
OKX, one of the largest crypto exchange platforms and Web3 powerhouse, plans to expand its global presence by opening a new office in Turkey.
This Seychelles-based crypto platform was founded in 2017 and has grown to become one of the best crypto exchanges in the world. The company has millions of customers and offers access to spot, margin and derivatives markets for hundreds of crypto tokens. The company also offers DeFi, gaming dApps, and NFT marketplaces.
in the press release Going public on Monday, OKX said it plans to have its offices operational in the next few months.
“Opening an office in Turkey marks an important step for OKX to move from a trust-based system to a trustless system, giving users control over their financial future. Türkiye is an important market for us and we look forward to building strong relationships with our users and contributing to the development of their crypto ecosystem.OKX President Hong Fang said in a statement.
OKX Executives Speak at Blockchain Economy Istanbul Summit 2023
The OKX team has revealed plans for its title sponsor and premium partner exchange ahead of the Blockchain Economy Istanbul Summit 2023. The company’s President Hong Fang, Chief Innovation Officer Jason Lau, and Chief Marketing Officer Haider Rafique will be keynote speakers and panelists at the summit, which will take place May 8-11, 2023. .
The summit is Eurasia’s largest blockchain event, and the 8th edition in Istanbul will bring together a diverse range of crypto industry players, including investors, entrepreneurs and developers. Main topics include Web3 and blockchain innovations.
Crypto ownership in Turkey has increased over the last few years, with over 13.6 million crypto holders currently residing in Turkey. According to estimates, this is her 16% of Turkey’s population, making him one of the countries with the highest number of people owning cryptocurrencies.