South Korean Crypto Exchange APRObit Adopts Bitfinex Joint Order Book System, Launching in March | BTCMANAGER
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It will be the only cryptocurrency exchange available in South Korea that adopts an international joint order book system.
- APRObit will be the first exchange in South Korea to adopt Bitfinex’s joint order book system, which shares the market depth of Bitfinex’s BTC, ETH, and USDT trading pairs
- APRObit will be the only exchange in Korea that enables traders to access the markets of an international exchange
- The exchange will go live in March 2020
- APRObit is invested and advised by Zhao Dong, Bitfinex shareholder and founder of Renrenbit, and Andy Cheung, ex-COO of OKEx, current CEO of Bitwork and founder of ACDX
- The exchange has formed an alliance with Genesis Block, RenRenbit, and AAIL (Applied Artificial Intelligence Laboratory)
APRObit to Bring Joint Order Book System to South Korea
APRObit, a new South Korean cryptocurrency exchange, will go live in March and it will adopt the joint order book system of Bitfinex, one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange.
Park Jae-Soon, the founder of Tokenman, South Korea’s first IEO exchange, will serve as the Chairman of the new exchange. Park has tremendous experience in the cryptocurrency industry. He is a cryptocurrency business strategist and he had served at Bitman, South Korea’s largest cryptocurrency community.