CoinBene, a leading exchange based out of Beijing, today #1 on coinmarketcap, is setting up a partnership with Asia Israel Blockchain Association (AIBA) aiming to get more Israel based top tier ICO projects listed.
CEO of CoinBene Yangbin Zhang shared: "over the last few month we have worked hard to build the right infrastructure that would allow CoinBene to jump from a top 25 exchange to top 5. We raised equity investment by top tier VCs, and opened global offices. Today, Tuesday the 26th of June was a historic day, we were 1# by volume on CoinMarketCap".
CoinBene has currently offices in Malaysia, South Korea,Thailand, Brazil, and Mexico ,with 200 employees totally, in future, more and more branches will be set up in globally.
Zhang added: "Israel is known in China as the Startup Nation and a source of great technology. We were looking for a quick an easy way to get exposed to quality Israeli projects, we stress the importance of quality, as currently there is a lot of noise in the market.
AIBA has a great reputation in the inner circle of blockchain leaders in China, it was natural for us to ask AIBA to be our bridge to Israel, helping us basically to assess the projects, and prioritize them.
We would be very aggressive on our Israel entry, and give quality Israeli projects access to quick listing. With over 50 projects approaching us every day, we appreciate local insights that AIBA provides."
As we learn from AIBA’s website (aiba.co.il), “Our mission is to connect entrepreneurs, blockchain startups, investors and researchers, who wish to create meaningful partnerships with like-minded enthusiasts on both sides of Asia.”
Learn More about Asia Israel Blockchain Association (AIBA), here.
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