It is reported that a world leader in the field of entertainment Disney, apparently, is in talks with the company NXC, which owns the largest producer of video games in South Korea, the Nexon firm, as well as two major bitcoin exchanges — Bitstamp and Korbit.
Today there is no clarity about the objectives and results of the negotiations, since the agreement is not announced. Almost certainly we are not talking about the interest in cryptomeria.
At the moment we know that the NXC Chairman Kim Jung Joo had a meeting with a representative of the Disney company. Rather, through Nexon Disney expects to access the production of computer games.
“I’m particularly envious of Disney is that it is not necessary to beat out money… and so they pay with great joy. The company Nexon has a long way in this direction, because there are those who even hates Nexon,” said Kim Jung Joo.
If the deal with Disney will be held at a time when shares Nexon the buyer will receive a share of Korbit, the South Korean crypto currency exchange. In addition, together with NXC Disney will have control over Bitstamp, which NXC purchased in 2017 through one of its subsidiaries by the Belgian investment group NXMH.
Bitstamp is not only the oldest bitcoin exchange, founded in 2011, but also one of the largest. Currently, the daily trading volume is approximately $ 56.7 billion Bitstamp is in the Top 10 of stock exchanges, which analyst firm Messari take into account in the index “10 real volumes”.