B2Broker, a liquidity and technology provider of solutions for the crypto and forex industry, has announced the opening of a new office in Cyprus. The firm will use the strategically located office to serve its growing international client base.
B2Broker’s extended technical support team will operate from the Cyprus office and will primarily serve the firm’s clients scattered across Europe.
Commenting on the launch of the new office, B2Broker’s COO, Evgeniya Mykulyak, said: “We are pleased that B2Broker is now represented in Cyprus and is ready to offer technical support to our clients across the region. Our new office not only affirms our commitment to our European clients, but strengthens the company’s position as a global leader. This is just one of a number of exciting developments we have planned for the future.”
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The recent launch of the Cyprus office was also well timed as it coincided with iFX Expo International 2018, one of the world’s largest financial B2B expos. It also included the highly anticipated blockchain technology summit, Consensus 2018 and BlockShow Europe. These platforms opened the gates for B2Broker to meet up with tons of potential clients and pitch their ideas along with the additional services they can provide from the new base.
The firm was also planning this for a while, and earlier in March, hired Peter Leonidou as the Sales Director of the Cyprus Office.
Making a mark
B2Broker has been highly active over the past few months in terms of its overall business and developments. This included the launch of its B2BX project, which was billed as one of the first aggregators of cryptocurrency liquidity. The group also had a successful ICO project launched last fall as well.
More recently in 2018, B2Broker implemented a new cryptocurrency payments gateway to help facilitate deposits from holders of digital currencies. Additionally, the group strengthened its operations in Asia-Pacific region, culminating in a new office in Malaysia and Hong Kong.