Crypto.com, one of the important cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, received Virtual Asset Service Provider (VASP) license from the regulator of Dubai City, which is growing day by day in this sector.
In a statement made with the permission of the Virtual Assets Regulatory Authority of Dubai, the company called CRO DAX Middle East FZE; It said that the brokerage house could provide stockbroking, investment and loan services.
Chris Marszalek, CEO of the exchange, also said that they are pleased with the license and will continue to work with regulators.
As you may recall, in June, the stock exchange obtained a “Major Payment Institution License for Digital Tokens” in Singapore, one of the countries with the strictest regulatory rules in the world. The exchange also received a crypto license in the Netherlands over the summer.
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