Republic Crypto Expands to UAE

A global blockchain firm Republic Crypto expands its tech advisory services to the UAE, aiming at wider MENA market

Republic Crypto Expands to UAE

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Republic Crypto, a global advising firm specialising in Web3 tokenomics, smart contract development, marketing, fundraising and more has established its headquarters in UAE, looking forward to provide the highest quality service and support to local crypto startups.

The company supports crypto projects from seed to liquidity, helping them accelerate their growth and optimise business operations. It has provided Web3 advisory, blockchain infrastructure, and digital asset management services to such successful blockchain projects as Avalanche, DappRadar, and Zed.

Opening a new office gives the strategic advisory hub an opportunity to grow its presence and offer its services across the MENA region. Its vast experience advising companies and protocols on tokenization, smart contract development, marketing, fundraising, and other Web3 aspects will help local industry players to realize their full potential.

Republic Crypto has already commenced its first advisory project in the region. It signed an agreement with MyCo (ex-MContent), Dubai-based web3 streaming platform, to help build their web 3 strategy, considering both the corporate vision and market opportunities.

The company has secured itself ties with the local industry leaders to better understand the market needs and peculiarities. Thus, Republic Crypto has partnered with Ghaf Labs – the sister company of Ghaf Capital Partners. This prominent Web3 private incubator is focused on blockchain consultancy services for the innovative blockchain-based startups in the UAE market. Leveraging their diverse expertise in the Web3 domain, both partners will identify and support exciting new local crypto projects.

Besides, Republic Crypto plans to contribute to the regional regulatory framework, working in close cooperation with the relevant governmental entities of the UAE. In 2022, the company obtained a license from Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), which is the leading financial center in the Middle East, Africa & South Asia.

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