In order to allow users to trade, buy, and hold more than 60 different cryptocurrencies on the exchanges, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in Eastern Europe, Zonda, has announced its expansion to Denmark.
As part of its vision to rule the continent, Zonda, one of the biggest cryptocurrency trading platforms in Eastern and Central Europe, recently announced its expansion to Denmark. The company’s developers will benefit from having a closer, better, and more effective corporate location thanks to the expansion to Copenhagen, which will open up a new route to realizing the company’s mission and objectives.
The newly-opened facility, which was announced on Wednesday, underlines Zonda’s aim to become synonymous with cryptocurrency in Northern Europe, in an effort to increase acceptance of the technology throughout the continent as it did in Eastern and Central Europe. The offices, which are situated in Copenhagen’s city center, will assist programmers as they collaborate with Zonda CTO Jakob Lundqvist to expand the platform’s technological and fundamental capabilities.
Using fiat currencies (EUR, USD, GBP, and PLN), stablecoins (USDT and USDC), BTC, and ETH, traders on the platform can swap, buy, and sell more than 60 crypto asset pairs. In addition, Zonda has created a platform that gives its members easy-to-use tools, educational opportunities, and legal frameworks that will enable them to trade and spend with assurance and from a position of strength.
Both institutional and retail customers can benefit from the most technologically sophisticated features on the platform, facilitating their trading trip, since it is one of the most well-regulated exchanges in all of Europe. Despite this, the network provides users with a cryptocurrency payment software called ZondaPay and an educational program called Zonda Academy. Focusing on security and client safety, as well as a talented tech staff that will work out of the recently built Danish office, are at the forefront of the new advancements, making it one of the greatest cryptocurrency exchanges in all of Europe.
The opening of the Danish office is the first phase of Zonda’s expansion plans; the exchange has already received regulatory license to operate in Canada, a country that supports Bitcoin, and it has recently entered the Italian market. Once they obtain the required licenses, the exchange also intends to enter the markets of Switzerland and the United Kingdom in the upcoming months.Share & like