Rahul Pagidipati, who is a renowned business personality, investor, and attorney, is gearing up to plan a second innings for crypto exchange, Zebpay which shined as India’s biggest Bitcoin trading platform before its closure in 2018. The leader is channelizing and striving hard to strategize a comeback for the crypto exchange by convincing his pal Warren Buffett to invest his funds in Bitcoin and Ethereum. Warren Buffett is an American businessman and philanthropist. He serves as the CEO and chairperson of Berkshire Hathaway and has always been reluctant to make investments in cryptocurrencies.
As the CEO of Zebpay, I’m going slowly but surely convince my good friend Warren Buffett to hodl some Bitcoin and Ethereum – he used not to like Apple or Airline stocks but now is a huge shareholder of both!
read tweets from Pagidipati’s official Twitter handle.
As per the official announcement made by Zebpay’s team, the exchange will now be led by a new team of executives who will help the platform to step up in the ladder of success with their expertise and knowledge. The reboot version of the Zebpay exchange will offer a lucrative suite of offerings to its customer base. The features will include crypto-to-crypto trading, no-fee trading on selected crypto pairs, and a passive income and borrowing program for investors to allow them to earn an extra income on their holdings.
I am all in and won’t quit until we have clear regulations like other top tier countries (USA, Japan, Singapore, Australia. I am Florida Bar Certified Attorney and understand law, econ, blockchain. We will always follow the law – but like Gandhi we will fight against unjust law,
Established in 2014, Zebpay has been the first choice for more than three million crypto investors around the globe. The exchange processed fiat transactions over $2 billion worth and channelized a majority of transactions in India before relocating to Malta in 2018. In February 2019, the exchange enjoyed proliferation in five European markets through highly anticipated launches aimed to cater to the requirements of retail as well as corporate users.