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GCR Workshop #10 Recap: From Zero to Billions – The Ascent of Korean Exchanges w/ OmiseGO’s Exchange

For this session of our workshop series, we are delighted to have Tiger Kim, currently running business operations at GO.Exchange and also former Korea lead for Kyber Networks to talk about the state of Exchanges in Korea.

Tiger will cover:

– How Korean exchanges have changed in the last few years

– The current landscape of Korean exchanges

– Introduce us the new GO.Exchange, owned by OmiseGo

– and more

About Tiger Kim, Business Operations at GO.Exchange:

Tiger is working on Business Operations at GO.Exchange. Before joining GO.Exchange, he was at Kyber Network as its Korea lead. He is an active member of Korean crypto community, even co-organizing ETHCon which is a non-profit Ethereum developers’ conference. He also writes for the RelayNode newsletter, providing weekly updates on the Korean cryptocurrency ecosystem.

GO.Exchange:

GO.Exchange is the newest subsidiary of Omise Holdings, founded in September 2018 and incorporated in Valletta, Malta. GO.Exchange is committed to upholding high standards for transparency to create a sustainable, long lasting exchange. Our mission at GO.Exchange is to create an honest exchange that puts its users first.

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