BTSE

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BTSE
Founded2018
FounderJonathan Leong and Brian Wong
Headquarters
Road Town, British Virgin Islands
Websitehttp://www.btse.com/en/home

BTSE is a digital asset exchange that was established in 2018 by Jonathan Leong and Brian Wong. The company offers a platform for trading cryptocurrencies, including futures trading and an All-In-One Order Book. The company also offers white-label exchange and wallet solutions to corporate clients via its B2B arm, BTSE Enterprise Solutions.[1][2][3]

In January 2019, BTSE launched its futures trading platform.[4] In February 2020, they introduced the All-In-One Order Book feature, streamlining the trading process.[5]

In February 2021, the company launched Earn, a line of staking products that allows users to earn passive income from their digital assets.[6][7]

In March 2021, BTSE completed a Series A fundraising round, achieving a valuation of $400 million.[8] In June 2022, the company launched the USDD perpetual futures product.[9]

The company announced a strategic partnership with Wootrade in February 2021[10] and partnered with Pyth Network in October 2022 to provide real-time market data.[11][12] In the same year, the company received the "Best Crypto Trading Technology" award at the Leaders in Fintech Awards 2022 in Dubai.[13][14]

BTSE is registered in the British Virgin Islands, and has offices in Taipei, Singapore, and Dubai.[15] In March 2023, BTSE secured pre-approval for a Token and Trusted Technology Service Provider Act (TVTG) license in Liechtenstein, and completed the process in May of the same year.[16][17]

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  12. Metrics, Coin (2022-09-21). "Coin Metrics Joins Pyth Network to Provide Real-Time Reference Rate Pricing Data". Coin Metrics. Retrieved 2023-07-19.
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