Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – July 15, 2022) – WonderFi Technologies Inc. (TSX: WNDR) (OTC Pink: WONDF) (WKN: A3C166) (FSE: WNDR) (the “Company” or “WonderFi“) today announced that it has partnered with the Meta Venture Capital Partnerships team (“Meta Partnerships“), a division of Meta Platforms, Inc. (“Meta“).
Meta Partnerships was formed in 2020 with the goal of aligning Meta’s resources and brands including Facebook and Instagram with the most innovative companies to help them scale. Meta Partnerships will provide strategic advice to WonderFi on growth marketing, performance and scale of WonderFi’s business, consultancy on creative strategies with other Meta departments and guidance on privacy-focused regulations.
“We are excited to work together with Meta as we continue to grow the WonderFi brands and offer crypto to consumers in a compliant and regulated manner. Meta will be a key partner in our growth strategies within Canada and internationally” commented Ben Samaroo, CEO of WonderFi.
For additional information, please contact:
WonderFi Technologies Inc.
Ben Samaroo, CEO
Investor Relations Contact: [email protected]
Binu Koshy, Communications Director
WonderFi is a leading technology company with the mission of creating better access to digital assets through compliant centralized and decentralized platforms. WonderFi provides unified access to digital assets including crypto, DeFi, gaming and NFTs, in a compliant and regulated environment. WonderFi’s executive team and Board of Directors have an established track record in finance and crypto, with previous experience at Amazon, Shopify, PayPal, Galaxy Digital and Hut 8. WonderFi’s core team of engineers and technologists believe that everyone should have equal access to finance, and are aligned in the mission to empower people around the world to access finance in a simple, smart and secure way. For more information, visit www.wonder.fi.
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