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CoinField to launch crypto franchises in 15 new countries

CoinField, an European crypto exchange company has declared its intention towards the launching of a global franchise network.

The franchise network will provide business partners opportunity to its fully regulated and licensed fiat-to-crypto exchange based in the EU. And they will have opportunities to a fast and secure digital cryptocurrency trading platform as well.

CoinField’s team will also handle KYC, provide customer support, full tech and maintenance, and offer client confidentiality.

Franchise Network

According to Bob Ras, CEO of CoinField, Franchises will be available in 15 countries including: Namely, Australia, United States, United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Germany, and Japan.

He added that investors who are interested in purchasing a franchise will have to get required licenses that are necessary to operate a cryptocurrency exchange.

Although, noting if only their chosen country of operation requires one.

“CoinField wants clients with a keen interest in investing in new business ventures. In return, they receive 50percent of revenue for new users, in-addition 30percent of income to existing users in their region.”

Bob noted that CoinField wants to build a strong local presence in all the countries their services are being offered. By so doing, they are teaming up with the legitimate and qualified crypto and blockchain ventures in the selected countries.

The partners will focus on implementing local marketing plans, such as events, seminars, TV, and commercials.

He stated that ideal franchise candidates will be required to coordinate and promote CoinField through local events, seminars, and advertising, such as TV and radio.

He also added that they must stick to the marketing plan sketched by CoinField in all regions to maximize influence in their local community while driving the adoption of cryptocurrency worldwide.

Notably, CoinField operates in 193 countries globally. The platform also supports the top six fiat currencies and numerous amount of digital assets.

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