AlphaPoint announces partnership with Bitfinex.

AlphaPoint announces partnership with Bitfinex.

AlphaPoint announces partnership with Bitfinex. Las Vegas, Nevada – November 3rd at Money 2020 AlphaPoint, a white-label exchange platform, announced a strategic partnership with Bitfinex, a top bitcoin exchange by trading volume based out of Hong Kong. Bitfinex is adopting AlphaPoint’s platform as it’s backend in preparation for scaling to higher transaction volumes. The partnership was announced a day after the official launch of meXBT, a Mexican digital currencies exchange that is powered by the AlphaPoint platform.

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