Huobi Japan Opens Voting Line For Users On Listing 6 New Tokens
Huobi Japan calls out its users on which new cryptocurrencies they would like to see on the platform. The voting lines on listing the 6 new tokens are open till August 16.
On July 16, Huobi updated on its site that the platform is considering to list the following tokens:
IOS Token (IOST)
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Users of Huobi can now start voting on the above-mentioned tokens where one vote per account is to be accounted every Friday for a maximum of five votes.
Meanwhile, the voting lines will close at midnight on August 16.
The token who gets the highest number of votes would be considered by the Japan-based cryptocurrency exchange for listing, although there is no total guarantee about it.
Notable fact here is that three of the tokens are based in China.
IOS token revolves around the Internet of Services (IoS) and is based on the IOST platform, a rival of Ethereum. The tokens can be used for payments and smart contract fees on the IOST platform.
Meanwhile, NEO is a public blockchain incorporating digital IDs and smart contracts whereas ONT provides blockchain solutions for businesses.
Coming to other international coins, Tezos is a joint project between the United States and Switzerland and a Proof-of-Stake (PoS)-based blockchain.
ENJ tokens allow developers to create digital assets that could be distributed to users as in-game items. It powers the blockchain gaming platform Enjin.
Out of all the coins, QTUM is the only one to be whitelisted by Japan’s regulatory body, the Financial Services Agency (FSA). The coin is already trading on Coincheck.
The exchange is currently offering seven currencies for trading:
Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
On July 14. its native Huobi Token (HT) became available as the first international exchange token.
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