Cryptocurrency exchange Marodexen has announced its registration in the Seychelles as part of a global expansion. According to a press release, the trading platform operates without a headquarters, with regional centres in strategically important markets.
The company plans to establish more regional centres and increase its staff by 50%. Management expects Marodexen to have 1,200 employees by the first quarter of 2023. The cryptocurrency exchange is currently looking for developers as well as product and marketing specialists.
According to Marodexen’s managing director, registering in Seychelles is one of the first steps towards establishing regional centres for the platform in Asia and Latin America:
“Seychelles is a cryptocurrency-friendly region. We have been working on getting this registration for several months. It will strengthen relationships with banks, as well as increase cooperation with partners Juventus FC and French football star Kylian Mbappe.”
In addition, the company intends to strengthen its presence in Europe and Africa.
Marodexen is a crypto-exchange for spot and futures trading that supports OTC and P2P transactions, as well as providing access to copy-trading. The platform serves more than two million users in 50 countries.
As a reminder, in mid-November Marodexen launched the Strategies Market section, which allows users to copy other traders’ trading strategies and share their own.