Founded in 2013, Xcoins is a platform that allows customers to buy Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies securely online and have become an integral part of the Bitcoin ecosystem.
Serving over 250,000 customers from over 167 countries, Xcoins has helped exchange more than $250 million in digital cash.
The Chiliz Blockchain Campus is a blockchain industry hub connecting some of the industry’s largest stakeholders across Asia and Europe, together with other emerging blockchain entrepreneurs.
Beatrice Collet, Managing Director of the Chiliz Blockchain Campus said: “I am delighted to welcome Xcoins to the Chiliz Blockchain Campus. The exchange was founded 6 years ago and has demonstrated consistency in serving its 250,000+ customers throughout the years. Xcoins is now the fifth cryptocurrency exchange that is hosted at the Campus and I wish them lots of success with their Maltese operations.”
Rob Frye, Chief Executive of Xcoins said: “The entire Xcoins team is thrilled for the opportunity to work alongside so many game-changing blockchain projects at the Chiliz Blockchain Campus. We are looking forward to expanding our operations in Malta and are working hard to add value to the crypto ecosystem on the blockchain island.”
For more information, please contact:
Chiliz Blockchain Campus
Waylon Johnston, Communications Manager, +356 9924 2222, Waylon@dev.socios.com
Media Director, Morgan Williams, +1 (305) 946-1796
About the Chiliz Blockchain Campus
The 1,800 sqm Chiliz Blockchain Campus is a fintech epicenter in Malta. The Campus houses world-leading crypto exchanges, media groups, and service providers and offers a turnkey solution to blockchain companies and aims to become the European gateway for Asian organisations.
Find out more here: https://www.chiliz.com/blockchaincampus/
Xcoins.com is a leading platform that lets you buy Bitcoin online securely using a Visa or MasterCard debit card or credit card. Xcoins have become an integral part of the Bitcoin ecosystem serving over 250,000 satisfied customers from over 167 countries, helping them exchange more than $250 million in digital cash.