As announced these days by the Bittrex exchange, there will be two new listings among their assets, EOS and Chainlink:
— BittrexUS (@BittrexUS) December 10, 2019
In fact, as can be read in yesterday’s post, deposits have been opened in order to accept the Chainlink (LINK) crypto: as of tomorrow, trading with the LINK-BTC pair will start.
Chainlink, which allows the use of tokens for its decentralised network of oracles, has seen steady growth with regard to integration with other services, for example with Coingecko or the different partnerships with Zilliqa (ZIL) and QuarkChain.
Moreover, the listing and trading of the EOS crypto also started yesterday, and it can boast 3 different pairs: Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Tether (USDT).
New Listing Update: The EOS wallet is open, and trading will begin shortly on https://t.co/ZnYwxyB82N. Markets: BTC, ETH and USDT. For more information about EOS visit: https://t.co/CD0g6mSwjM $EOS pic.twitter.com/3uwu8DGP3l
— Bittrex International (@BittrexIntl) July 3, 2019
This is certainly a significant wave of positivity for EOS.
Of course, as can be seen in the comments under the tweet, EOS trading will be possible on Bittrex international and not on the standard platform, since American users are denied the opportunity to operate with this crypto.
Along with the listing of new assets, other tokens will be removed from the platform: 6 cryptocurrencies will disappear from Bittrex as of December 20th: CashBet (CBC), Gambit (GAM), Nexium (NXC), Salt (SALT), Blocktix (TIX) and Counterparty (XCP).