In line with a recent official press-release published, Malta-based renowned cryptocurrency exchange ‘OKEx’ has began listing Tron [TRX] on its C2C [customer-to-customer] commerce market.
OKEx’s decentralized C2C trading platform permits users to trade digital assets directly with one another, very similar to a p2p [peer-to-peer] model. Additionally, users would be able to place orders with self-selected exchange rates and payment options including cryptocurrencies along with fiat currencies like British pounds, Chinese renminbi, Vietnamese dong, Russian rubles and Thai baht. Following the listing, the exchange will launch many promotional events for users trading Tron [TRX].
Earlier in Feb., OKEx ‘started‘ listing Ripple [XRP] and Bitcoin Cash [BCH] on its C2C platform. However at the same time, OKEx also declared the delisting of three cryptocurrencies namely Neo [NEO], Qtum [QTUM] and Exchange Union [XUC].
Even last month, OKEx ‘listed‘ four new cryptocurrency derivative pairs to its platform, enabling users to trade in Bitcoin SV [BSV], Qtum [QTUM], Dash [DASH] and Neo [NEO] against Bitcoin [BTC] or Tether [USDT] on margin with a 3x leverage option.
OKEx is presently the second largest cryptocurrency exchange by daily trade volumes, according to ‘CoinMarketCap‘. At the reporting time, [OKEx] exchange’s daily trade volume is around $755.8 Mln.
Tron [TRX] is presently the tenth major cryptocurrency by market cap. However at the reporting time, the crypto-coin is trading around ‘$0.023 USD‘, which is around 1.52% lower than yesterday.