Blockchain payment company OKLink moves into new Hong Kong office

Cross-border blockchain payment network OKLink, today has officially announced the opening of its new office in the heart of Hong Kong. The new 3,500 square foot space in Causeway Bay includes room for 45 people, with views of the city.

In the last few months alone, OKLink’s team has more than doubled in size. The company now has 18 full-time employees in Hong Kong working on business development, strategy, marketing, and operations, and a dedicated team in Beijing focused on product and design.

The office has five times the space of the old office, with the company stating:
“…the new office reflects OKLink’s commitment to drive future growth and to fulfill our vision to make cross-border payments as seamless and inclusive as sending a text message abroad. We are bracing for the aggressive growth of our business and team.”

Designed to complement the panoramic views of the harbor and let in a vast amount of daylight, the office includes open plan seating, collaborative break-out areas, and a few modern wood and glass meeting rooms that oversee the city. The office also has a snack corner and a full-fledged espresso machine for the coffee addicts in the team.