Continuing its global expansion plan, New York-based bitcoin and ether exchange Gemini, founded by the Winklevoss twins, has begun operations in Hong Kong and Singapore.
Users in Singapore and Hong Kong will be now be able to access Gemini, the Winklevoss twins’ digital currency exchange. The announcement was made by Gemini co-founder and president Cameron Winklevoss on October 2nd.
Starting immediately, users will be enabled with limited trading pairs that involve the two major cryptocurrencies, bitcoin and ether.
More specifically, registered users will be able to buy BTC with USD or ETH, sell BTC for USD or ETH; buy ETH with USD or BTC and sell ETH for USD or BTC.
Order books involving the Hong Kong Dollar and the Singapore Dollar will soon be enabled, the announcement added.
“These dynamic East Asian tiger markets have long embraced the growth of bitcoin and other digital assets…” an excerpt from the announcement read.
Singapore, a multicultural hub that