EOS (EOS) added on BitMEX platform, Arthur Hayes confirms
EOS (EOS) has been listed on BitMEX, the Co-Founder, and CEO of the platform, Arthur Hayes officially confirmed the news by announcing it on Twitter on June 7.
It is now available for trading. Hayes tweeted saying: “Is $EOS a shitcoin or the real deal Holyfield? Trade $EOSM18 with 20x leverage on BitMEX.” According to AMB Crypto report, Hayes claims that he brings a strong understanding of the trading structure by adding EOS to their platform.
EOS platform lets developers build up decentralized applications on the EOS public forum. It is a highly scalable network, allowing inter-blockchain communication, self-describing interfaces, fixing broken applications, and a keen interest in the investment as well as the growth of the ecosystem.
Its goal is also to eliminate transaction fees to hold millions of transactions per second. The platform has gained the popularity because of its scalability and trading with BitMEX will provide around 100x leverage on Bitcoin, higher leverage on altcoin contracts without any expiry dates, AMB Crypto reported.
BitMEX allows new users with practice placing, executing, as well as canceling orders on their sandbox testing exchange. Hayes has also explained that safety is their first priority and want to make sure that users do not incur any losses. It is expected to make huge profits by global adoption of digital currencies.
Hayes also announced the launch of the new EOS Futures Contract, earlier this year, after making some important changes in the trading engine technology. The EOS token listing for futures contracts $EOSM18 is scheduled for June 7 and June 29.
EOS Market Performance
EOS price went up slightly on the Asian markets, by about 3% in the past 24 hours, making it to $14.54. Interestingly, the delay in the EOS MainNet Launch and the need to hold onto the tokens until the blockchain is created did not hamper the reputation of the cryptocurrency or the price. In fact, it went up by more than 18% in the past week.
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