Support for eCash is Increasing
OKEx, Huobi, and Other Exchanges Add Support For eCash Trading
A new group of exchanges is adapting their platforms to apply the rebrand and redenomination of ABC. Now, OKEX and Huobi, two of the most important Asian-based exchanges, have opened eCash trading and adopted the new redenomination plan that the currency launched on July 1st, according to their official announcements.
Huobi had closed token movements since July 5th, when it froze BCHA amounts and suspended trading for tokens available in the exchange. Reports state that although deposits and withdrawals are not yet activated at time of writing, trading and operations are working well.
OKEx, another top 5 exchange, also finished implementing eCash changes, adding support to the redenomination plan. OKEx also had stopped Bitcoin Cash ABC trading last July 5, announcing it would be doing the necessary changes to add eCash support. The exchange announced trading and deposits for the XEC/USDT pair would open on Monday July 19th. No information about withdrawal options were available at time of writing.
Other Exchanges Follow
Not only Huobi and OKEx have opened eCash trading: other less-known exchanges are also jumping in the eCash bandwagon. This is the case with Coinbene and Bibox, exchanges that also completed the rebranding and are now including eCash into their trading currency roster.
More options are open for people all over the world to trade eCash in the more trusted, bigger exchanges. While eCash was launched almost three weeks ago, the ecosystem is still adapting and developing to introduce the currency to more and more customers all over the world.
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