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Hotbit Crypto Exchange Adds Support for IPX

Taking pride in being one of the most popular virtual currencies, IPX has added another feather to its credit by getting itself listed on the globally reputed cryptocurrency trading platform, Hotbit. The exchange has expanded its network by unveiling two new trading pairs named IPX/BTC and IPX/USDT for its wide customer base hailing from different parts of the world.

According to the official blog post released by the IPX community, the exchange customers will be able to indulge in the trading of the newly launched market pairs on March 4, 2020, at 16:00 (UTC+8). The collaboration between the two renowned crypto-based entities is likely to bring success for their networks as well as in the enhancement of the user experience.

The listing details of the IPX token:

  • Opening of IPX deposit- March 4, 2020, at 14:00(UTC+8)
  • Starting of IPX/BTC, IPX/USDT trading pairs- March 4, 2020, at 16:00(UTC+8)

Established in 2018, Hotbit shines as one of the top three crypto exchanges in terms of trading volume on CoinMarketCap. Based in Shanghai and Taipei, Hotbit is registered both in Hong Kong and Estonia. The dedicated team of professionals working behind the exchange ecosystem hail from China, the USA, and Taiwan. CoinMarketCap report stated that Hotbit had added 547 trading pairs until October 14, 2020. It supports six languages, namely Chinese, English, Russian, Korean, Thai, Turkish and stands tall as a strong community of 540,000 registered users from across 170 countries worldwide. Interestingly, the customer base includes 90% non-Chinese registered users.

The upcoming launch of Tachyon VPN mobile apps, Tachyon Protocol will be made available to the global VPN customers while giving a stiff competition to the traditional VPN ecosystems. The IPX team aims to enhance the potential capacities for the digital coin to make it easily accessible to its users.

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