Updated BTCC platform on stream

Posted 02 July, 2018

BTCC, China-based crypto exchange, has reportedly launched remastered trading platform. The company also plans to develop its own tokes.

As the company commented, the updated platform is already on stream. It offers trading Ethereum, Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash vs Bitcoin and US dollar.

"In addition to the new trading pairs, we will regularly launch additional trading pairs to meet the needs of our users," the company statement reads.

BTCC also features new reward system. In particular, according to the official information, clients will get points for registration, verification, deposits and trading. These points can be converted into BTCC tokens for further trading services on the platform.

The company described the reward system:

"More than 10,000 reward points are up for grabs for a limited time only; signing up will instantly reward you with 1,000 points, completing the verification process rewards you with 3,000 points, making your first deposit another 3,000 points, and completing your first trade will earn you 5,000 points." 

The launch date for a new token is yet to be determined, though the company spokesperson stated that the project might be developed in the near term. Besides, the exchange also plans to list other cryptocurrencies as well as ERC 20 tokens.

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