In a groundbreaking move, Carrieverse, the virtual asset issuer, solidifies its presence in the ever-expanding crypto landscape by becoming an ecosystem partner of the Dubai Multi Commodities Center (DMCC). With final approval granted for the establishment of its local subsidiary within DMCC, Carrieverse is now poised to make significant strides in the Middle East and the global Web3 ecosystem.
DMCC, a crypto-economic free zone under the aegis of Chairman Ahmed in Dubai, stands as the largest free trade zone in the UAE, housing over 23,000 companies. The DMCC Crypto Center, a beacon for the blockchain and crypto industry, hosts a plethora of top-tier global Web3 companies, including giants like Binance and Bybit.
David Yoon, CEO of Carrieverse, expressed his optimism about the partnership, emphasizing DMCC's role as a hub for virtual assets and its active support from the Dubai government and royal family. As Carrieverse becomes the first official partner of DMCC among Korean Web3 companies, the collaboration is expected to propel the virtual asset issuer into global prominence, opening avenues for cooperative relationships with over 1,000 Web3 companies in DMCC. This strategic move positions Carrieverse at the forefront of the crypto revolution, paving the way for further growth and global recognition.