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Zebpay

Zebpay is a cryptocurrency company founded in 2014 by Sandeep Goenka, Saurabh Agrawal and Mahin Gupta.

ZebPay is an cryptocurrency exchange and wallet provider headquartered in Singapore with a registered office in Australia. It was operational in over 163 countries, including India.

ZebPay was founded in 2014 by co-founders Sandeep Goenka, Saurabh Agarwal and Mahin Gupta. The company launched its wallet service in the same year and soon grew to become the biggest cryptocurrency exchange in the country. In July 2015, ZebPay launched its app for traders, and in December 2017 the company had a trading volume of USD 1 billion. In 2018, the RBI released a notice stating that entities regulated by it shall not deal in virtual currencies, causing many exchanges in the country, including ZebPay, to shut operations in India.

In 2020, after establishing a presence in Australia and other countries, ZebPay was acquired by Rahul Pagidipati, and the company relaunched in India. The company launched five crypto-crypto trading pairs in February 2020. After the Supreme Court hearing on 4th March, 2020, the company also started INR trading and introduced instant deposit/withdrawal features.

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Mahin Gupta

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Sandeep Goenka

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Saurabh Agrawal

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May 27, 2021
The Economic Times
ZebPay, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in India, on Thursday said it would be launching a lending platform on which crypto investors would be able to lend their coins to the company to earn fixed passive returns. This will be on top of any capital appreciation.
Shalini Nagarajan
January 25, 2021
markets.businessinsider.com
The record high came on the seven-year anniversary of the day Vitalik Buterin announced the cryptocurrency's launch on a bitcoin forum.

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