Cryptocurrency exchange OKX is targeting France as a regional hub in Europe with plans to hire around 100 people there in the next three years, looking to join 74 other companies that have so far won regulatory approval from the country’s Financial Markets Authority (AMF).
The Seychelles-based firm has filed an application to become registered as a Digital Asset Service Provider (DASP). It plans to establish a “substantial” physical presence in France, the company’s head of global government relations, Tim Byun said.
It’s not the only crypto exchange seeking a base in the European Union’s second-largest economy. France last year emerged as the destination of choice for Binance
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