Bitcoin exchange company Luno today announced the launch of its new African regional headquarters in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Luno was the first crypto company to operate in Africa, with a presence in Nigeria and Cape Town, in addition to the 40 other markets the company operates in across Europe and Southeast Asia.
The new team in Johannesburg will be working closely with the Luno team in Lagos, Nigeria, to launch across a number of African markets over the coming months. The Johannesburg office will also be home to a new engineering team.
Luno is currently recruiting for over 30 roles in Johannesburg, with additional roles expected as the business expands.