Coinspeaker Bitcentury Exchange to Launch in September and The First SIEO to Fully Boom in CommunityBitcentury, the world’s first community-owned digital asset exchange, was launched by members of the Bitcoin communities and recently invested with an USD 8 million from the Black Hole Funds. Bitcentury has reached a strategic partnership with Genesis Capital, Dade Capital, Vector Capital, Crypto Capital and other agencies. It plans to start private beta testing at the end of August and launch in September, suring to surprise the digital asset market againBitcentury Exchange revolutionized the first SIEO (Sustainable Initial Exchange Offerings) model, which, on the basis of IEO, allows users to purchase at a discounted price and obtain excess returns on a daily basis through a continuous, long-lasting and controlled platform requisition model. Through open and transparent repurchase and other means, the platform coins will eventually be reduced to 21 million pieces, to achieve deflationary effect, highlighting the scarcity advantages. SIEO innovatly develops the existing exchange ecology, overcomes IEO’s dependence and confinement on time cycle and inhibits, and lays the foundation for the sustainable development of the community. Adhering to the principle of innovation and development, Bitcentury has built and shared together with millions of high-quality communities around the world, made the platform data open and transparent in real time, and promised to destroy platform coins irregularly to achieve deflationary models.With the mission of redefining the exchange, Bitcoin and its derivatives industry track will be integrated to provide users with better user service, faster trading experience, and more secure and transparent asset security, leading the wealth effect of digital assets to stay active.Bitcentury Exchange to Launch in September and The First SIEO to Fully Boom in Community
Bitcoin Falls Another $200 Following News of Incoming Regulation
Monday February 17, 2020
Bitcoin is down another $200 at press time, meaning it’s fallen by about $600 over the past 48 hours. What could be going on that we’re not seeing? Bitcoin Is Set to Become More Regulated It could be that bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are reacting to the news that more legislation is heading their way. […]
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