OKCoin Raises $10 Million to Become China’s ‘Largest Exchange’
OKCoin, the exchange claiming to be China's largest by trading volume, has announced a $10m Series A funding round.
Funding will go towards expanding its liquidity products across the crypto derivatives market.
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The Series B will fund a push into Asia and the launch of a derivatives business.
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