The cryptocurrency exchange platform founded by the Chinese-Canadian Changpeng Zhao, which has been able to position itself in the region since 2020, has appointed Maximiliano Hinz, as the new Managing Director of Binance for Latin America.
The company has more than 15 million users and a daily transaction volume of more than 20,000,000,000 USD this new role of Director General for Latin America with the sole aim of balancing the work done across the Latin American territory.
Maximiliano claims in this context: “The idea is that users from every country in the region will have a similar experience. This change did not only take place at the management level, but a strategic rethinking was carried out in the region. This has created new business development, marketing and operations teams that will report to the Latin American directorate. manifested.
The new director of the global blockchain company, owner of one of the largest digital asset exchanges in the world, was responsible for conducting operations in Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay until 2021, now dSince January 2022, they have been leading Spanish-speaking Latin American countries such as Mexico, the Caribbean, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile, and Argentina.
In this regard, Binance’s new Latam director said that this appointment is a great responsibility and from a personal point of view; a big challenge.
“From a personal point of view, it is a great challenge” (…) “In 2020 and 2021, we and my team will work hard to grow in the regions we oversee. With this expanded team and the new territories, they will add added very interesting challenges throughout Latin America, such as the case of the sandbox in Colombia or the development that El Salvador has “ explained Maximiliano Hinz, the new Latam managing director of Binance.
Maximiliano Hinz has been Director of Operations at the Latin American Stock Exchange since 2020 and is responsible for the creation of the Binance platform in Argentina, where it operates according to the peer-to-peer (P2P) modality, it is also said that this is the result of “great branding” and the economic situation in the country.
In conclusion, he noted that the targets proposed for this year 2022 are in line with the company’s targets in. be chained Improving the acceptance of cryptocurrencies in the region, and they also consider: “Improve alliances and develop more and more business areas that allow us to continue to generate first-class alternatives for our users and to improve the quality of our services every day”, finished, Maximiliano Hinz, General Manager for Latin America at Binance.