Global crypto exchange FTX established a partnership with AZA finance to use the resources of each other to give a better experience to the crypto traders.
FTX is a global crypto exchange, known to provide quality crypto services. The team behind FTX believes in providing better crypto trading services and also informing people about their quality services through promotion & advertising at a high level. At present exchange efforts are currently standing at 2nd rank in the crypto industry by 24 hours trade volume.
On 16 March, FTX exchange collaborated with a payments company, which is formerly known as BitPesa AZA Finance.
According to reports, this partnership of these two companies is aimed to work on the development of the web3 economy in the African continent.
Besides the development works on the Web3 based initiatives in African continents, both of these two platforms will use the resources to make the services better for the fiat pair crypto traders.
AZA finance will help FTX to allow the users to deposit and withdraw facilities of African fiat currencies, to make the platform more friendly for the African continent-based crypto users. Besides this, both of these two companies may work to provide African digital currency trading pairs on the platform.
Under the web3 development programs, both of these two companies will help to boost the web3 creating useful learning and networking resources for participants.
Besides all these things, FTX will also provide its support on its NFTs platform to onboard African NFT artists, to boost the awareness about NFTs and motivate the creators.
Elizabeth Rossiello, founder and CEO of AZA Finance, shared on this collaboration of these two giant companies and said that the company will look forward to expanding its presence in partnership with FTX.
“We are looking forward to partnering with FTX to further expand its presence in Africa. Our strategy is to work closely with all regulators to ensure that any work in the African market in this regard is fully compliant and in the best interest of African users,”
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