BitMart Exchange, a premier global digital asset trading platform, recently announced the listing of DigiByte [DGB]. DGB/BTC trading pair will be available starting at 8:00 AM [EDT] on October 15th and the withdraw feature will be available on October 16th.
DigiByte is a UTXO PoW based blockchain with a focus on cybersecurity, digital payments, and decentralized applications. Released in 2014, with an open-source protocol, DigiByte now has tens of thousands of active nodes world-wide and 5 parallel cryptographic hashing algorithms, becoming one of the world’s fastest and longest UTXO blockchain. As of today, DigiByte development has included DigiShield, MultiAlgo, MultiShield, SegWit, and Odocrypt.
DGB is the cryptocurrency within the ecosystem that is dedicated to being mined over 21 years, with a maximum supply of 21 billion in 2035. DigiAssets is a secure, scalable secondary layer on top of the global DigiByte blockchain that allows for the decentralized issuance of assets, tokens, smart contracts, digital identity and much more. With its fast speed, low fees, and highly secure mobile wallets in over 55 languages, DGB is becoming a very reliable currency to more grassroots all over the world.
Rudy Bouwman, CMO, and Co-Founder of DigiByte Awareness Team said,
“We are very excited about the listing of DigiByte on BitMart, one of the top global exchanges. It will make buying and trading of DGB available to a larger group of individuals and institutions and therefore improve liquidity and trading volume for DGB.”
Sheldon Xia, founder, and CEO of BitMart said,
“It has always been our mission to provide financial freedom worldwide. DigiByte aims to make blockchain powered payment solution accessible to everyone and we applaud it moving the industry forward.”
BitMart Exchange is a premier global digital asset trading platform in the cryptocurrency market with over 850,000 users worldwide and ranks among the top 8 crypto exchanges on CoinMarketCap. BitMart currently offers 257 trading pairs with a relatively low trading fee in the market. To learn more about BitMart, visit their Website, Twitter or join their Telegram.
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