Asia Blockchain Review partnering with Bitkub Exchange Thailand

February 12, 2019

We are proud to announce our partnership with Asia Blockchain Review. This partnership will allow both companies to reach out to more crypto enthusiast in the crypto and blockchain trend that is taking place in Thailand. We look forward to sharing quality content with the ABR community across South-East Asia.

The partnership between both entities is aligned with both companies’ mission. As ABR aims to educate and share its knowledge on the crypto and blockchain space, the exchange aims to bridge the gap between blockchain and cryptocurrency services to “non-tech user” by being the most trusted and easy-to-use cryptocurrency exchange in Thailand. Currently, Bitkub is divided into three distinct companies, the first one being Bitkub exchange, Bitkub Blockchain Technology, and lastly, Bitkub Education Hub. The exchange, among only 2 others, recently received licensing from the Thai Ministry of finance bolstering its presence in Thailand as a well-respected crypto exchange despite its young age.

There is no doubt that in order to create mass adoption of any given product or service, including blockchain, the customer must find value in the offering. And finding value requires education. Collaborating with ABR will allow us to co-host on conference and meetup events that aim to draw like-minded people together to share our knowledge and expand our communities. With ABR presence throughout Asia, we expect to get traction beyond the borders of Thailand, allowing Bitkub name to enter the global scene.

Bitkub.com is a legally recognized cryptocurrency exchange platform with a registered capital of 50 million Baht, based in Bangkok, Thailand. Bitkub.com has listed a total of 22 quality coins and aimed to list more — making the company the number one exchange with the most coins selection in Thailand.

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