OKEx, a popular cryptocurrency exchange has officially announced the launching of its OTC trading platform for UK and Thailand users.
OKEx Over-the-counter (OTC)
The exchange which officially launched it Over-the-counter (OTC) trading platform today, for its UK and Thailand users is one of the top trading crypto exchange by trading volume.
To make trades using the Over-the-counter (OTC) trading platform, OkEx users in both regions are required to complete their KYC verification. Upon completing their KYC registration, users from these two regions are eligible for a bonus of 50 USDT.
How to get the bonus?
Step 1: Get 10 USDT for registering on OKEx via these links (limited to the first 4000 users only) –
Step 2: Get an extra 30 USDT by depositing over 100 USDT* (limited to the first 2000 users only);
Step 3: Get an extra 10 USDT by finishing your first OTC transaction (limited to the first 1000 users only).
Fiat to Crypto Trading
Registered and confirmed users on the platform can now trade Thai baht (THB) and British Pound (GBP) against cryptocurrencies including BTC, USDT, ETC, and LTC. Fiats such as Chinese Renminbi (CNY) and Vietnamese Dong (VND) can also be traded on the platform.
According to the exchange, more countries and currencies will be added as the platform grows.
Andy Cheung, OKEx’s Head of Operations has also issued a press statement addressing the potential of the new platform. And why the exchange has chosen to start with Thailand and UK clients.
He said that:
“Our mission is simple at OKEx. We aim to offer flexibility and convenience to our traders. Thailand and the UK own the fastest growing crypto communities in the world. We see great potential in these two markets and want to support the needs there. Because of the increasing trading volume and the number of traders in these two countries, we decided to launch the new THB and GBP trading services on our OTC trading platform. Wherever the market potential locates, we will expand there. In 2019, you can expect more currencies will be supported on OKEx,”