CoinJar, Australia’s Longest-Running Cryptocurrency Exchange, Joins the WorldBook™
CoinJar, Australia’s longest-running cryptocurrency exchange, is the latest participant to join the inter-exchange liquidity network known as the WorldBook™.
The NEXUS WorldBook is an initiative by Broctagon Fintech Group, under the licensed entity Broctagon Prime Markets Limited to create a universal liquidity standard for digital assets.
Asher Tan, Chief Executive Officer of CoinJar, said: “As a centralised exchange, our focus lies in improving financial experiences through technology. From the quality of our code to our customer service, we always seek to put the needs of our users first and foremost. The WorldBook initiative is a fantastic catalyst in working towards a more standardised crypto ecosystem, for the better of everyday users.”
Desmond Ang, Managing Director of Broctagon Fintech Group, commented on CoinJar’s participation on the WorldBook network, saying: “As Australia’s longest-running crypto exchange, CoinJar provides a seamless trading experience for both beginner and experienced traders. Their launch of the country’s first crypto-to-fiat Mastercard has the potential to make digital assets more accessible as cardholders can now pay using cryptocurrency wherever Mastercard is supported. We are excited for them to share their experience and perspectives as a member of the WorldBook.”
Established in 2013, CoinJar is Australia’s longest-running cryptocurrency exchange. With more than half-a-million Australian customers, CoinJar makes it easy for users to buy, sell, store and spend bitcoin and other digital assets.
About NEXUS WorldBook
The NEXUS WorldBook™ is the world’s first crypto liquidity ecosystem, committed to building a cohesive network for both makers and takers. The WorldBook leverages on the NEXUS 2.0 aggregator technology to offer its members global price discovery and direct STP capabilities on a universal liquidity standard.
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