Brazil’s Central Bank Grants Payment Institution License to

  • CEO Kris Marszalek recently said that is “incredibly proud.”
  • A number of additional countries provided licenses to the trading platform in 2022., a cryptocurrency trading platform, has been granted a Payment Institution License (EMI) by Brazil’s Central Bank. The approval means the company may keep providing its services and goods related to digital assets to citizens of the South American nation.

CEO Kris Marszalek recently said that is “incredibly proud” to have received an EMI license from Banco do Brasil. Approval means it may start serving customers, elevating Brazil and the rest of the LATAM market to the status of strategic locales.

Ending the Year on a Significant Development

As a result of its expanded visibility, hopes to contribute to blockchain technology’s development. Chainalysis placed Brazil, the biggest nation in South America, at number seven on its Global Crypto Adoption Index because of the growing interest in cryptocurrency among its citizens.

A number of additional countries provided licenses to the trading platform in 2022, including Italy, Cyprus, the United Kingdom, and France. The year 2021 was a banner year for, as the company signed many lucrative contracts and expanded its staff. Its relationship with the Los Angeles Lakers, one of the most storied franchises in NBA history, resulted in the arena being rechristened as the Arena.

However, the lengthy bear market in 2022 put an end to the company’s development, and many workers were let go as a result. During the drama surrounding FTX, it was said that the exchange was experiencing liquidity problems. Marszalek dismissed the worries, claiming the platform had solid financials.

The exchange now offers Proof of Reserves (PoR) for nine different cryptocurrencies, following Binance’s lead. According to the results of the audit, client funds are more than 100% secure.

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