newsbtc.com / Gautham / July 26, 2015
Russia recently relaxed its stance against Bitcoin and other digital currencies. The Russian Central Bank had called a meeting between the country’s financial representatives to discuss about Bitcoin regulations earlier last month. Few weeks ago, the Russian president Vladimir Putin also spoke a bit about digital currency and its future on one of the Russian media outlets. We decided to understand more about the current scenario in the country and to discuss about one of the leading bitcoin exchanges catering to that geography. We spoke to Bogdan Shaldugin, the Business Development Manager at London based bitcoin exchange, Indacoin. Bogdan is based out of Moscow along with his team. We asked him a few questions about Indacoin and the Russian Bitcoin economy in general.
NewsBTC: Can you tell us a bit about yourself?
Bogdan: I am the Manager of Business Development at Indacoin Corporation, a London based bitcoin exchange. I work out of Moscow along with my team.
NewsBTC: Please tell us more about Indacoin.
Bogdan: Indacoin is a London based bitcoin exchange. We offer two different services. 1. The Exchanger service where people can sell or buy bitcoin and Litecoin. 2. A trade platform where users can monitor the prices and trade bitcoin or Litecoin at any moment. These trade transactions are executed immediately. Indacoin’s trading platform currently offers the best commission rates in the market.
We are constantly expanding into different markets. Recently we introduced UnionPay as one of the payment features on Indacoin. This will now enable Chinese population to conveniently buy or sell bitcoin in their local currency on the new UnionPay payments.
NewsBTC: How long have you been associated with Indacoin?