Mexo, a Mexican stock exchange that started operations in the middle of this year, has reported that among the plans that are emerging for the next year are those of “Strongly promote the connection between the international market and LATAM”.
The exchange also took the opportunity to mention this This year they managed to present 60 pairs with more than 50 cryptocurrencies in spot, contract and P2P modesand also recalled that they were presented as the first exchange in Latin America to offer the possibility of negotiating open-ended contract products.
The DeFi market also had a place in this Aztec exchange for 2020, which commemorated the support that projects like YFI and BurgerSwap have given. They also recalled that thanks to Mexo’s parent company, Krypital Group, the exchange is linked to other DeFi projects that are expected to enter the Latin American ecosystem shortly.
On the other hand, Maggie Wu, CEO of the exchange, said that over the next year they will try to stick to the target of Take Latin America’s crypto ecosystem “to the next level through excellent trading tools, access to new markets and assets”.and declares that their long-term goal is to present a single platform where users in the region can access “financial products and services specializing in cryptocurrencies”.
In conclusion, the exchange plans to work in 2021 to achieve the goal of becoming an option both for those who want to get into the world of cryptocurrencies and for those users who already know the qualities of the market and seek access to more complete financial products.