Turkish crypto company Bitci to open exchanges in Brazil, Spain - CEO


FILE PHOTO: A representations of cryptocurrencies in this illustration taken, January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish blockchain technology company Bitci aims to open a cryptocurrency trading platform in Brazil in February in an international expansion where Spain is next in line, Chief Executive Onur Altan Tan said in an interview.

Founded in 2018 in the resort town of Bodrum in southwest Turkey, Bitci operates a cryptocurrency exchange, a mining facility and a blockchain network linked to its exchange and payment platform.

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