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Large crypto exchanges join the blockchain section of Cocoa

Malta-based crypto-exchange OKEx is the latest blockchain project of Korean social messaging giant Kakao. OKEx said in a press release that it hopes its commitment to Klaytn, as the public network is called, will help promote the launch of Blockchain around the world.

The public blockchain aimed at enterprise users has been recruiting recently. OKEx joins the crypto exchange Binance as a partner of Klaytn, but in a different function.

Crypto-Exchanges become part of Blockchain-Department of Kakao

OKEx, one of the largest crypto exchanges in the world, has just announced an important new partnership. The company has joined Klaytn, the public blockchain project of the Korean news agency Cocoa. The crypto-trading company has thus become one of the project’s ecosystem partners. ecosystems partners include Samsung Blockchain, IDG Capital and Shinhan Bank. Klaytn defines the role of ecosystem partners on his website:

“Ecosystem Partners are the leading business partners whose great networks and portfolios allow many different service providers to join the Klaytn platform and help increase Klaytn’s market share . “

Andy Cheung, Head of Operations at OKEx, said he was thrilled to be part of the Klaytn Blockchain project:

“Stock exchanges and projects should work together to define and adopt standards that promote the acceptance of Digital Assets worldwide.”

As mentioned earlier, OKEx is not the only big name in the crypto-asset-exchange industry that has recently partnered with Klaytn. Earlier this week, IBS Intelligence reported on Binance’s entry.

Binance joins LG Electronics, Union Bank and 22 other companies in the Council

Jason Han, CEO of Ground X, the company that leads the development of the Klaytn platform, commented:

“We are pleased to welcome Binance, the world’s leading stock exchange, to our Governance Council.”

He continued to add new members to the Governance Council in the future. Cocoa is the company behind KakaoTalk, a South Korean popular instant messaging application.

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