Gemini Exchange Goes Global with Expansion Plans in Indiaby Fintech News Singapore April 27, 2023
Cryptocurrency exchange Gemini announced plans to open a new engineering center in Gurgaon, India, and hire local talent for its expanding regional business teams.
Gemini’s Gurgaon office is set to become its second-largest engineering hub globally, next to the United States. The primary objective of the Gurgaon office is to create new products and services to cater to customers worldwide.
The exchange’s engineering, design, and operations teams in India will contribute to the development of the next generation of web and mobile user experiences, core platform fundamentals in the area of compliance, data pipelines and warehousing, security, and payments, as well as building new feature sets for the NFT and crypto asset marketplaces. Retail and institutional customers will use the products and features developed in India in more than 70 countries.
Gemini has appointed Pravjit Tiwana, global CTO, as CEO of Gemini Asia Pacific to launch and expand products and services in the region and lead the go-to-market strategies.
Gemini’s founders, Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, stated in a separate statement that the exchange has “big plans for international growth this year in APAC,” starting with its India hub.
Gemini is actively hiring software engineers, technical product managers, and other vital roles, including human resources and talent acquisition, finance, support, and compliance, to work from its Gurgaon office.
The exchange also reported it would expand its business teams in India and Singapore, focusing on growing Asia Pacific-based institutional and individual customers.