After shutting down its cryptocurrency trading operations in India due to the banking ban imposed by the country’s central bank, one of the popular crypto exchanges around the world, Zebpay starts its overseas operations.
Zebpay servicing in around 20 countries:
Indiabits, a community of blockchain enthusiasts, tweeted about Zebpay’s two overseas entities: one in Singapore and one in Malta:
“Zebpay is going global,” adding that “Zebpay will provide cryptocurrency exchange and OTC services to 20 countries in Europe.”
After shutting down its operations in India, Zebpay migrated to set up shop in the more crypto friendly country of Malta. Zebpay has recently posted information on its website stating it has gone overseas.
“Awlencan Innovations Malta Limited [C-88318], a Maltese Registered Company with Office Address situated at: 48, Triq Stella Maris, Sliema, SLM 1765, Malta, which owns and operates the ‘Zebpay’ VFA Exchange Platform in Malta, hereinafter referred to as “Awlencan” or “Zebpay” or “company”, which term shall refer to and include its owners, its subsidiaries and affiliated companies, directors, investors, employees, officers, representatives, affiliates, or other related parties.”
List of countries:
The company’s page also provides a list of 20 countries in which ZebPay offers its services.
- Czech Republic
Details from Zebpay’s website:
Zebpay starts its overseas operations. To provide clarity about know-your-customer (KYC) policies, Zebpay explained that each client can only have one account. “Multiple accounts with same KYC documentation is not eligible for registration of additional accounts,”
“Zebpay provides the platform to match the orders, and prices are therefore set by the market forces of supply and demand”