• Zonda, Europe’s largest cryptocurrency, Expands to…

  • Zonda, one of the major cryptocurrency exchanges in Eastern and Central Europe, announced its launch in Denmark on Wednesday. The exchange’s global expansion across the European market continues, with advances in the Danish sector.

    Speaking about the new market, Zonda’s CTO, Jakob Lundqvist, stated that the new offices will allow the team to “work more directly with our experienced team members,” especially as the world has shifted to working remotely.

    “Our modern, fully-equipped office provides the perfect location to focus on advancing Zonda’s technological aspirations and developing the tools needed to compete on the world stage,” Jakob added.

    The exchange, which is focused on the Eastern European market, is expanding across the continent with the move to Copenhagen, after its success in Eastern and Central Europe. The latest growth move intends to propel Zonda’s vision and objectives to become synonymous with cryptocurrency in Northern Europe, with the goal of growing globally. The Danish offices will assist a development team that will work with Jakob Lundqvist to expand Zonda’s technical capabilities.

    The inauguration of the Copenhagen offices comes on the heels of numerous other significant Zonda expansion attempts, including a recent foray into the Italian market and regulatory approval to operate in Canada.

    Zonda, founded in 2014, provides its consumers with a digital asset investing platform throughout Europe, with a phenomenal growth rate of over 1 million members. Users can trade over 60+ crypto tokens and coins for fiat currencies such as EUR, USD, GBP, PLN, stablecoins (USDT and USDC), BTC, and ETH. The exchange’s objective is to democratize cryptocurrency trading for its customers by creating simple, user-friendly tools, education programs, and regulatory frameworks that allow users to trade the market more effectively.

    Zonda strives to be one of the most technologically and efficiently efficient crypto exchanges in Europe, providing a seamless trading center for its users as one of the most well-regulated exchanges in Europe. The ecosystem of the exchange will provide Danish customers with trading features for both individual and institutional clients, as well as a ZondaPay app for shops and a Zonda Academy for training reasons.

    In addition to the Danish growth, Zonda will launch new developments with a focus on security and customer safety, with the team operating out of the Danish offices, seeking to deliver the best user experience while pushing towards its goals and aspirations.

    Finally, Zonda is working on obtaining additional licenses to operate in the United Kingdom and Switzerland.

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