Aspiring “crypto-bank” Crypterium says it will see its token trade on the HitBTC exchange beginning March 26th. The CRPT coins are already trading on EtherDelta but this may not be an official agreement between the company and exchange.
Crypterium has stated:
“Do not rely on P2P exchanges for CRPT value information. P2P Exchanges are not an accurate depiction of CRPT value and current CMC values only reflects P2P Exchange values at this time. We do not recommend using any exchange that have not been announced as the official exchanges of Crypterium, HitBTC is the first official exchange announced, with more to come. These are currently not stated on the official Crypterium website. Due to abnormal characteristics of blockchain technologies, we cannot limit the circulation or our tokens on other unofficial platforms. Please remain patient and wait for us to announce further exchanges. Using any unofficial exchange, in which we have no official contracts, nor have been verified by Crypterium, may result in loss of funds. Please be careful.”
CoinMarketCap shows an aggregate trading volume of around $73,000 during the last 24 hours.
Crypterium says that in order to reduce the risk of internal exchange rate volatility for their customers, Crypterium chose to integrate with high volume exchanges. Crypterium say the HitBTC exchange’s strong security, easy to use interface, and speed of transaction made their choice clear.
“We’re very pleased to have teamed up with the HitBTC exchange to make our tokens available to all,” said Co-founder and Financial Director, Austin Kimm. “They are one of the most advanced cryptocurrency exchanges for trading and will help continue Crypterium’s success.”
“Crypterium is aimed to provide the most convenient cryptocurrency payment services. But our business model assumes that only token holders can use full range of Crypterium services. In order to enlarge Crypterium userbase it was decided to list CRPT token on an exchange, which will help new people use Crypterium services.”
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