Binance has received a virtual asset license in Dubai to offer services to qualified investors, as the world’s largest crypto giants continue their Middle East drive.
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- The license will allow Binance to operate within Dubai’s “test-adapt-scale” model and serve pre-qualified investors and professional financial service providers.
- Binance is also expected to anchor a blockchain hub in the Dubai World Trade Centre.
- On Monday, Binance announced that it obtained a license from the Central Bank of Bahrain to operate as a crypto service provider.
- On Tuesday, FTX said it was the first to obtain a Dubai license to establish and run its virtual asset exchange.
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