Cryptocurrency exchange Crypto.com appointed Patrick Yoon, former Visa country manager, as the general manager of the South Korea region to be in charge of South Korea and Mongolia market.
Crypto.com, a Hong Kong-based digital cryptocurrency exchange found in 2016, has experienced substantial growth in the past 12 months, adding more than 1,500 employees. Currently, it has more than 2,500 employees, and the Crypto.com user base has grown five times, more than 10 million, with a business scope covering more than 90 countries around the world.
Crypto.com stated that Patrick Yoon has served as the country manager of Visa Korea and Mongolia for the past three years and has played an essential role in expanding Visa’s partnerships, and has been cooperating with regulatory agencies and financial institutions.
Before joining Visa, Yoon worked at Standard Chartered Bank in South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, and the United Kingdom.
Patrick Yoon said that:
”South Korean investors have been eager to invest in digital assets and cryptocurrency markets. I look forward to working with the talented team at Crypto.com to drive our business growth in Korea by meeting the needs of our customers and adhering with regulatory standards and practices.”
According to Kris Marszalek, the co-founder and CEO of Crypto.com, Patrick Yoon’s rich career and extensive experience driving sustainable business growth with established financial brands will help crypto.com elevate in South Korea. New heights.
Recently, Crypto.com launched a new crypto taxation service for Australians, enabling their clients to import their crypto transactions to generate a report and file to the government.
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