Bittrex, an American cryptocurrency exchange, announced that it has teamed up with International CryptoX (INCX) to launch a cryptocurrency exchange with a primarily Asia focus today.
According to the statement, the INCX platform has launched this Friday with more than 40 of the largest cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash.
INCX will be able to add tokens through Bittrex
Under the agreement, the new crypto exchange will be able to routinely add new digital tokens that are added to both Bittrex and Bittrex International, as long as they are consistent with the regulations of the country it operates in.
INCX has partnered with Bittrex to utilize its technology to offer its users a “reliable” trading experience, the statement says. Now, investors interested in trading on the crypto platform can register for an account via the exchange’s website.
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Commenting on the launch of the new platform, Sanjoy Gaddipati, the CEO of INCX said: “We are very happy and super excited to be in partnership with a world class platform, Bittrex. This partnership is huge for INCX as we can tap into Bittrex’s knowledge and experience in this industry, as well as allowing our customers to access digital assets and liquidity on the Bittrex and Bittrex International platforms.”
“We thank the Bittrex team and its management for making this happen. As we promised to our community, INCX has built and delivered one of the world’s fastest, scalable, simple, secure and compliant exchanges and the Bittrex partnership will help us to reach our goals. Go INCX!”
Adding to this, Bill Shihara the CEO of Bittrex noted: “This partnership is launching an advanced, secure and reliable trading platform powered by Bittrex technology.”
“By working together, INCX customers will have access to an extensive selection of blockchain projects on a scalable and compliance-focused platform, and Bittrex will further increase adoption of this revolutionary technology globally.”