Mar 21 / 2019
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Posted by: Jools Moore

Bitsane exchange lists EOS

Unique currency pairs are now available for trading

Bitsane has listed EOS on its European cryptocurrency exchange – it’s currently the fifth largest cryptocurrency by market cap. Bitsane platform offers trading EOS in pairs with the following currencies:  BTC, ETH, EUR, USD, USDT, ETC, XRP, BCHSV.

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Unique EOS pairs on Bitsane

Bitsane is the only platform that possesses EOS/ETC and EOS/BCHSV trading pairs. The addition of these new pairs to Bitsane will enhance traders’ accessibility and unlocks greater opportunities. Bitsane focuses on feedback and provides the platform with a variety of trading methods based on user’s preferences. By introducing a larger number of trading pairs, the time and money needed for successful trading will be reduced.

Block.one has revealed EOS.IO blockchain protocol to deploy decentralised apps. It was released as an Open Source software on June 1, 2018. One billion tokens have been distributed by block.one as ERC-20 tokens, guaranteeing that the native cryptocurrency will be broadly distributed at launch. This distribution has enabled everyone to start the EOS blockchain.

EOS is attractive to investors. It has developed an innovative third-party capital attraction system: the system’s potential capabilities are distributed among all network users according to the number of available EOS tokens. So if a user has a set number tokens, then they automatically are entitled to manage the resources corresponding to set number, opening up a huge amount of earning opportunities.

The idea of ​​EOS is innovative. If it is implemented in accordance with the promises declared, EOS may become a completely new stage in blockchain technology development and bring prospects in the form of impressive income to the company’s investors and tokens holders.

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