Consensus: Asia 2019 / Singapore – Review

Author: Rosemary Barnes
11.09.2019 - 12.09.2019

B2Broker bids farewell once more to another expo which took place at Marina Bay Sands Convention Center, Singapore earlier this month.

The liquidity and technology provider is by now very familiar with Consensus events after visits to several of their expos in Asia and the US . The expos are undisputedly a key highlight in the calendar and are notorious in the industry for pulling in the best industry experts and huge crowds.

This year’s event was an exploration of the people and topics driving the market and comprised a dynamic expo floor, a special Asia edition of CoinDesk Live and multiple networking opportunities for B2Broker. 

There were many positive takeaways from the latest visit which proved to be a great opportunity for B2Broker to expand its business in the Middle East and Africa - a key component in the company’s plans to expand its global footprint. As a result, B2Broker is now in the process of welcoming new clients on board who came to visit the booth at the event.

B2Broker is one of the leading service providers in the B2B sphere and an emerging name in the Asian region, servicing a growing range of clients including individual investors, large licensed brokers, banks, hedge funds and professional managers.

Learn more about our range of technology and liquidity solutions as demonstrated at Consensus here: Cryptocurrency, CFD & Forex Liquidity, Crypto-Exchange Turnkey, Crypto-Broker Turnkey, Crypto Payment Gateway, Forex Broker Turnkey, Trader's Room, Investment Platform and MT4 / MT5 White Label solutions.
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