Cambodia Digital Asset Exchange
CAMDAX (Cambodia Digital Asset Exchange) is a national Digital Assets exchange to be authorised and regulated in Cambodia where global investors can buy, sell or exchange virtual currencies and commodities for other virtual currency or fiat currencies like US dollars.
CAMDAX offers a high liquidity exchange, allowing users to easily exchange the most popular Digital Assets against USD and local currency. Backed by technological and operational expertise, CAMDAX is able to provide an open and fair platform for OTC trading.
THE CORE OF ASEAN, KINGDOM OF MIRACLES IN THE WORLD
Seating in core location of ASEAN, and crossing economic community of Southeast Asia, Cambodia has been one of the most powerful ancient civilizations in Southeast Asia, not only with world shaking miracle of Angkor Wat, but more the flourishing capital of Phnom Penh, , and more. With the economic boom, this beautiful country is once more proved as kingdom of miracles.
In the past 10 years, Cambodia has achieved what other countries had done for nearly 30 years.Known as the "Asian New Tiger, Cambodia has been growing at a rate of over 7% for seven consecutive years, and GDP growth has far exceeded Singapore.
The average age of the 15 million people in Cambodia is only 27 years old.
In 2015, there were 2.2 million people living in Phnom Penh, and the population will increase by 4 million in 2030.
As the Cambodia government does not impose a foreign exchange control, investors can use USD and RMB for settlement. Furthermore, the Cambodian dollar KEMR can be freely exchanged to USD making Digital Assets exchange more convenient.
Our Exchange is expected to launch at 1st September, 2018. Please fill in the contact form if you are interested in, we will contact you soon
Trading contains substantial risk and is not for every investor. Risk capital is money that can be lost without jeopardizing ones financial security or life style. Only risk capital should be used for trading and only those with sufficient risk capital should consider trading. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.