Coindeal: NEO wins place in listing after community vote

Posted 12 April, 2019

CoinDeal, a Malta-based centralized cryptocurrency exchange dealing cryptocurrency-to-fiat and crypto-to-crypto segments created a voting system and published a list of coins striving to to promote the implementation of the following cryptocurrencies on the platform.

The users of the exchange had to make their own choices and do it by voting.  has announced that NEO has won its most recent community vote for addition to the exchange. 
Recently, CoinDeal has announced that NEO has won its most recent community vote for addition to the exchange. Сryptocurrency exchange plans to list the NEO token on the exchange before May 3rd, 2019.

CoinDeal stated in the report on its report:

"NEO received the most votes. This coin will join our community after the final verification. Within 4 weeks we will add it to our platform."

NEO is an open source project driven by the community. It utilizes blockchain technology and digital identities to digitize assets and automate the management of digital assets using smart contracts. Using a distributed network, it aims to create a "Smart Economy".

Currencies traded on our platform are: Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Dash (DASH), Quantum (QTUM), Ripple (XRP), Lisk (LSK), Nano (NANO), Bytecoin (BCN), Verge (XVG), FuturoCoin (FTO), Infinity Economics (XIN), DeepOnion (ONION), DraftCoin (DFT), StrongHands (SHND), X12 (X12), BitcoinToken (BTK), Dogecoin (DOGE), Monero (XMR). 

NEO was founded in 2014 and open sourced on GitHub in June 2015. Its MainNet was released in October 2016 and has been running in stable capacity for two years. Its vision of a "smart economy" was set up along with the project rebranding in 2017.

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