[ANN] Vite Labs Listing OKB with Mining Capability
christea last edited by KhunSir_Vite
Dear ViteX users:
OKB will soon be listed and traded on ViteX, mining eligible.
Deposits and withdrawals of OKB will start at 15:00 HKT (UTC+8), Feb 24.
Trading and market-making as mining of trading pair OKB/BTC will be enabled starting 15:00 (UTC+8) on Feb 25.
OKB is a global utility token issued by OK Blockchain Foundation. It is currently in the form of an ERC-20 token, but will be transformed to the native token of the OK public chain. OKB is designed to connect prospective digital asset projects to OKEx users and professional investors, creating an ecosystem that advances the development of the digital asset industry.
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Cryptocurrency investment is subject to high market risk and price volatility. Please carefully evaluate your capability of handling potential risks and make prudent trading decisions.
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Feb 23, 2020
NRZ last edited by
Which one operator? It will be a ViteLabs?
cryptolove last edited by
@NRZ yes, ViteLabs