CoinBene, a major cryptocurrency exchange based out of Beijing, China, which sits among the leading exchanges on CoinMarketCap, is partnering with the Asia Israel Blockchain Association (AIBA) hoping to list more first-rate, Israel-based ICO projects on their platform.
CEO of CoinBene Zhang Yang Bin shared: “Over the last few months, we have worked diligently to construct the right infrastructure that would allow CoinBene to climb up from the top 25 exchanges into the top 5. We raised private investments from elite venture capital firms and opened offices across the world. Today, the 26th of June, was a historic day for CoinBene. We were No. 1 by volume on CoinMarketCap.”
CoinBene now has offices in South Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Brazil, and Mexico with over 200 employees in total. In the near future, CoinBene will open more international branches as they continue their global expansion.
Yang Bin added: “Israel is nicknamed in China as the “Startup Nation” and a source of innovative technologies. We were looking for a fast and simple way to become privy to promising new Israeli projects. We greatly stress the importance of quality, as currently there is a lot of garbage in the crypto market.
AIBA has a fantastic reputation in the inner circle of blockchain influencers in China, so it was only natural for us to partner with AIBA as our gateway into Israel. They will be assisting us with the assessment and prioritization of different ICO projects.
We will be very assertive with our entry into Israel and we will offer quality Israeli projects a quick listing on our platform. With over 50 projects approaching us each day, we appreciate the local insights that AIBA can offer us.”
As stated on the AIBA website, “[Their] goal is to build relationships between entrepreneurs, blockchain startups, investors, and researchers, who wish to create meaningful partnerships with like-minded enthusiasts on both sides of Asia.”