said on Wednesday that the exchange will invest €150 million (US$145.5 million) in France to set up a European headquarters in Paris and expand operations in the region.

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Fast facts

  • joins Binance as a major cryptocurrency exchange entering France. 
  • It also has in-principle approval from Singapore to provide digital assets services in the city-state, and provisional approval of Dubai’s crypto license.

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