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Bit2me, a Spanish crypto marketplace, has expanded its services to Brazil.

03 May 2022 By : COIN GABBAR
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Bit2me, a Spanish crypto marketplace, has expanded its services to Brazil.

Bit2me, a Spanish cryptocurrency exchange, is interested in entering the Latin American market. The firm has begun operations in Brazil by establishing a business address that will handle regulatory concerns in terms of making the marketplace a trustworthy alternative for Brazilians. The company hopes to effectively enter the country's 20-million-customer marketplace.

Bit2me, one of the most well-known exchanges in Spain, is planning to expand into Latin America. As per claims made by the exchange to local media, they meet the market for the construction of a new operation in Brazil that would focus on ensuring compliance. This rollout is part of the currency's aim to quietly expand its products to the town's Spanish-speaking nations.
it considers Brazilian a very significant nation owing to the vast amount of prospective clients and the scale of the cryptocurrency sector. According to Bit2me CFO Pablo Casadio, "[Brazil is] a significant nation in Bit2me's foray into Latin America because more than 20 million Brazilians currently invest in cryptocurrencies, demonstrating their enthusiasm for understanding this technological advances."
For the debut, the market hired former Binance staffer Ricardo Da Ros, who will be in charge of supervising the nation's expanding activities. According to Da Ros, this entry into the Brazilian marketplace is an excellent chance to educate the general public about bitcoin and the cryptocurrency sector.
He stated:
I think that by partnering with Bit2me, we will indeed be capable of increasing awareness of cryptos in Brazil and bringing Satoshi Nakamoto's concept nearer to all Brazilians who are enthusiastic about this movement.
Bit2me has long been a proponent of a compliance-based business model and has become the first marketplace to earn a digital service network operator licence from the Bank of Spain in February. This adherence mindset appears to be carried over to the exchange's forthcoming business in Brazil, where it already has a structure geared to safeguarding companies' deals.
As per the buying and selling, this department "rigorously administers the legislation linked to the currency trafficking and terrorist sponsorship and the funding of terrorists." This is intended to offer the market advantage over its companies functioning beyond the nation, particularly as Brazil moves closer to passing crypto legislation that would regulate the activities of cryptocurrency-related service suppliers.