Bithumb Global, a subsidiary of leading South Korean crypto exchange Bithumb, on Monday announced that it would add three more tokens – TRX, BTT, and WIN – to its listings.
The listing came a part of the exchange’s “Tron Week” campaign and will be added to its already available 69 trading pairs.
— Bithumb Global (@BithumbGlobal) September 2, 2019
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As detailed by the exchange, it will initiate trading with all three tokens on September 3 at 3 pm (UTC+8), while it initiated deposits 24 hours before the scheduled trading time.
For both TRX and BTT, the global exchange will provide two trading pairs – one against BTC and another against USDT – while for WIN token, only one trading pair, against USDT, is available.
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TRX is the token launched by the Justin Sun-founded blockchain platform Tron. Initially launched on Ethereum blockchain, Tron last year migrated to its own blockchain which has turned out to be a competitor of its former host.
Last year, Tron acquired peer-to-peer file sharing platform BitTorrent and launched a platform-specific token last January to raise around $7.2 million. The token sale turned out to be a massive success as all the tokens were sold in under 15 minutes. WINk, on the other hand, is a TRC-20 token for a decentralized gaming platform.
Currently trading at $0.015 apiece, TRX lost 9.86 percent of its value in the last 24 hours, per Coinmarketcap.com’s data. However, with a market capitalization of over $1.05 billion, it still affirms its position within the top 15 digital currencies in the market.
Last May, Bithumb launched an open beta version of fiat-based exchange in 15 jurisdictions across the globe to tap into the lucrative fiat-crypto trading outside of South Korea.