- Digital Finance Group (DFG) has officially partnered with Bit2Me.
- They will be collaborating on projects from Spanish and Portuguese-speaking markets.
- Spain’s citizens and government are looking forward to the outcomes of the partnership.
Digital Finance Group (DFG) has officially entered into a partnership with Bit2Me. DFG is a global blockchain and cryptocurrency investment firm and Bit2Me is a leading Spanish cryptocurrency-based fintech platform. Bit2Me was also Spain’s first officially-licensed crypto service provider.
This collaboration will result in the two companies exchanging, collaborating on, and co-investing in early-stage projects from Spanish and Portuguese-speaking markets. Bit2Me and DFG will be jointly guiding the launch of budding crypto projects, particularly in Spain, Portugal, and Latin America. The collaboration will likely involve co-investment initiatives, the exchange of portfolios, and quality early-stage project recommendations.
DGF is also expected to assist Bit2Me’s launchpad to be optimized for Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking communities to bolster ICO projects prior to take off. This will include providing services such as wallet, exchange, launchpad, staking, and a crypto academy that currently has almost three million students.
James Wo, founder, and CEO of Digital Finance Group said that DFG has always focused on working with the most important teams and service providers.
Teaming up with Bit2Me opens us up to completely new territories including the Iberian peninsula alongside much of Latin America, but more importantly, it allows us to foster promising projects which could provide these fledgling spaces much-needed credibility in the ecosystem.
Koh Onozawa, Partner and Senior VP of Bit2Me, also expressed his excitement in partnering with DFG and said that DFG has proved its expertise in catalyzing the embrace of digital finance. He added that sharing expertise and project recommendation will be just a small part of our wider plans for collaboration with the company.
The government of Spain, among many others, is now contemplating more flexible crypto regulations considering the overwhelming amount of its citizens investing in crypto. And this collaboration is expected to support the adoption of cryptocurrency in the country.
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