Polish Cryptocurrency Exchange CoinDeal Sets Up Operation in Malta

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    CoinDeal joins a bevy of crypto businesses — including Binance and BitBay — that found “refuge” in Malta. This country become one of the biggest crypto hubs in the world

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CoinDeal, a major Polish digital asset exchange, joins a bevy of cryptocurrency businesses — including Binance and BitBay — that found “refuge” in Malta. This tiny country in southern Europe has already become one of the biggest crypto hubs in the world with Joseph Muscat claiming that Blockchain could boost Malta’s economy and curb corruption.     

Apart from providing more flexibility, Kajetan Maćkowiak, one of the co-founders of CoinDeal, is certain that the new office in Malta will also help them to protect their users in a better way.   

CoinDeal currently offers access to 22 cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH). The exchange gained a substantial amount of media attention after teaming up with Wolverhampton Wanderers.

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