Gemini Opts to Establish an Engineering center in India

Gemini a cryptocurrency has announced plans to explore and establish a data center in India

Gemini Opts to Establish an Engineering center in India

Gemini, a cryptocurrency exchange based in the United States, has announced plans to tap into India’s pool of top tech talent by establishing a new engineering center.

Gemini’s global chief technology officer, Pravjit Tiwana, announced on April 20 that the exchange is “in the midst” of establishing an engineering center in Gurgaon, India. It has been reported to be the exchange’s second-largest engineering center after its U.S. hub.

Tiwana, who has been appointed CEO of Gemini Asia Pacific in addition to his duty as a global chief technology officer, will lead the operation.

According to a separate statement released on the same day by Gemini founders Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, the exchange “has big plans for international growth this year in APAC,” beginning with its India hub.


Gemini’s India subsidiary will develop web and mobile user experiences and contribute to platform compliance, data pipelines, warehousing, security, and payments, according to Gemini.

According to the announcement, the center will also develop new sets of features for Gemini’s nonfungible token and crypto asset marketplaces, It noted:


The products and features built in our India location will be used by our retail and institutional customers in 70+ countries.

Gemini stated that it is “actively hiring” talent in the country, and its careers page lists 18 open positions, including 14 engineering positions and one regional vice president position.

Tiwana acknowledged India’s aptitude, stating it is “a hotbed of cutting-edge technology talent.”

In addition, the exchange announced that it would extend its business teams in India and Singapore, focusing on expanding institutional and individual customers in Asia Pacific.