OKCoin has confirmed that it has expanded its exchange service to a further 7 states in the United States.
We are all about access, transparency and security @OKCoin. What's next after opening to 7 new US states? Stay tuned… 😎
— Hong F. (OKCoin) (@hfangca) September 5, 2019
These are Arkansas, Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Utah and Wisconsin, therefore all states on American soil; in fact, in the United States, the company OkCoin operates through an MTL (Money Transmitter Licensing) license that allows offering both crypto-to-crypto trading services as well as fiat.
The press release also recalls that the OKCoin trading service is active worldwide, except for some countries including Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Crimea, Sudan, Syria, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Ecuador and Kyrgyzstan.
Recently OKCoin also announced that it had set up a program to donate 1000 bitcoins to the most active blockchain developers.
TO. THE. MOON. Today, we're announcing a donation of up to 1,000 BTC to the developers of $BTC, $BCH, and $BSV. But we want the donations to be in your names by voting on your favorite projects. #OKLetsBuild! Vote at https://t.co/D9eEsxqABR pic.twitter.com/34Hrtcg1wK
— OKCoin (@OKCoin) September 3, 2019