ChronoBank, a blockchain-based initiative aimed at disrupting the short-term recruitment sector which ended its crowdsale with $5.4 million in funding, has announced that TIME – the Ethereum token representing a stake in ChronoBank – has been added to several new exchanges.
Livecoin is an exchange that opened in 2015, registered in London. The exchange even offers VISA cards for rapid and easy withdrawal of funds. Currently, the majority of TIME’s volume occurs on Livecoin, as recorded by CoinMarketCap.
Liqui is a fairly new and relatively small exchange, but one that has a thriving community and a dedicated core of traders. Liqui is often quick to add new coins, proving agile where the larger exchanges take their time.
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Mercatox is a professional trading platform for digital currencies. Although they focus on bitcoin, they have taken the decision to add TIME as well, judging it to have potential and appeal to their traders.
EtherDelta is a decentralised exchange built on Ethereum. More tech-savvy users will be able to trade peer-to-peer, without any risk of hacking or the failures that come with centralised exchanges.
“ChronoBank are actively exploring listings with larger exchanges, and working closely with them to ensure that both compliance and technical requirements can be met,” comments ChronoBank CEO Sergei Sergienko. “The nature of this is that it can be a relatively drawn-out process, because it needs doing right, though rest assured that we are working as fast as we can from our end.”