Zebpay News

Zebpay is a Singapore-headquartered cryptocurrency exchange. The company started business as a global wallet service before the exchange was launched in 2014. In 2018, Zebpay closed doors to its Indian customers due to the country’s banking ban. The regulatory environment made it expand to “more cryptocurrency-friendly locations” — Australia and Singapore. According to the team, they have reached 3 million users and processed 2.9 billion Australian dollars ($2 billion) in fiat transactions.

India’s Bitcoin adoption is increasing so rapidly Zebpay expects half a mln users to download its app monthly.
India Goes Bitcoin: Zebpay Will Add 500k Users Monthly by 2018
William Suberg
CNBC revealed that the Indian government committee has ruled in favor of regulating bitcoin on June 20.
Suddenly, Bitcoin to Be Officially Legal in India
Joseph Young
In India, with thousands of new users flocking to Bitcoin every day, exchanges have been overwhelmed. Zebpay introduced a daily limit of $780 on Bitcoin purchas...
Bitcoin Demand Explodes in India, Overwhelmed Exchanges Put Limits on Purchases
Jacob J
Indian Bitcoin exchange and wallet provider Zebpay reached a major milestone of 500,000 mobile Android users, more than all mobile bitcoin user base in South Ko...
India's Zebpay Has More Mobile Users Than All Korean Bitcoin Apps Combined
Joseph Young
Sandeep Goenka, the co-founder of Zebpay, one of India’s largest and leading bitcoin exchanges, believes that bitcoin price can reach $3,500 by the end of 2017.
Bitcoin Price Likely to Hit $3,500 This Year, Says Major Bitcoin Exchange Executive
Joseph Young
The major Indian Bitcoin exchange Zebpay has increased its KYC provisions as police unfreeze a bank account used to sell stolen funds.
Indian Bitcoin Exchange Bank Account Unblocked, KYC Now Obligatory
William Suberg
Indian Bank of Maharashtra takes three Bitcoin companies to court over suspected involvement in hacking of about $1 mln.
Hacked Indian Bank Moves Against Bitcoin in Court
Olusegun Ogundeji
An online petition circulated by DABFI, an Indian self-regulatory body, to its users urges the Indian government authorities to declare Bitcoin as legal.
Thousands Sign DABFI’s Petition to Announce Bitcoin as Legal in India
Shivdeep Dhaliwal

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