Binance Pay partnership allows UAE investors to repay their loans using crypto. Binance established a footprint among Middle Eastern investors by operating multiple permitted businesses in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and other locations.
Binance partnered with business lender Virtuzone to allow new entrepreneurs to repay loans using cryptocurrencies, with the goal of focusing efforts on the mainstream corporate sector of the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
After integrating Binance Pay into its payment gateway, Virtuzone joins the list of popular businesses in the UAE, including JA Resorts & Hotels and Majid Al Futtaim, to officially accept cryptocurrency. Furthermore, by allowing firms to repay seed and other kinds of capital using cryptocurrency, the company hopes to lower obstacles to entrepreneurship and boost startup ecosystems. Binance Pay partnership allows UAE to take great strides forwards into the future, with crypto loan repayment.
As UAE’s no. 1 company formation specialist, #Virtuzone takes the lead by becoming the first corporate services provider in the country to form a strategic partnership with @binance & accept #crypto payments via #Binance Payhttps://t.co/2fZWbh5uQs@nadeemladki @GeorgyGeorge9 pic.twitter.com/uiZxPAaTXp
— #VIRTUZONE (@Virtuzone_UAE) August 29, 2022
With blockchain venture capital financing falling by more than 43% in July, entrepreneurs are looking for funding for new crypto enterprises in the midst of a bear market. In addition to meeting this requirement, Virtuzone stated intentions to accelerate Web3 adoption in the Middle East. In response to this, Richard Teng, CEO of Binance Middle East and North Africa (MENA), said:
“The market that is developing in the UAE around the Web3 industry, thanks to a number of government initiatives, is one that will become a global hub for investors in digital assets.”
Binance also predicts that the MENA area will experience rapid demographic expansion over the next three decades. Teng, on the other hand, believes that approaching the unexplored market necessitates the establishment of a regulatory framework for crypto and digital assets.
Binance CEO Changpeng ‘CZ’ Zhao‘s willingness to collaborate with regulators is widely known. As a result, the exchange banned Tezos staking rewards auditor Baking Bad’s account “as a result of a law enforcement request.”
“Binance is required to cooperate with such requests, the same as any other exchange. There is a process to contest the seizure with the agency should you wish to pursue that path. But that is done through the agency, Binance has zero control over that process,” explained the exchange.
Binance has very recently expanded its business and has made great investments in multiple countries.
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