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The London Block Exchange is on a coin listing spree from the beginning of this month. It is now OmiseGo’s [OMG] turn to have some attention drawn, as LBX announced the first of the 5 new tokens that will come up this week on their platform.

Their post declared:

“We are delighted to announce that we have listed OmiseGo! Buy & sell OMG for GBP, BTC, and ETH all with secure UK Banking!”

Soon after the listing announcement, OMG/BTC pair had to be temporarily taken out as the team worked to fix some issues and there are no updates yet from the team. LBX is now the only UK exchange to offer the OMG/GBP along with OMG/BTC and OMG/ETH pair after the BCH/GBP and ETH/GBP pair announcement from them last week.

An Ethereum based token owned by the popular Asian payment service provider, Omise, OmiseGo has experienced strong growth in a year or less with Vitalik Buterin, founder of Ethereum [ETH] as the advisor, stated Benjamin and his team in their post.

OmiseGo [OMG] stands at the 22nd position in the market with a capitalization of $1.46 billion. It is currently trading at $14.36 after a 6% gain since yesterday and is on the verge of further increments.

The London Block Exchange [LBX] has been following its new plan that says, “A Token Per Day” and have been constantly announcing new listings with OMG being the first to begin the week with.

Their tweet said:

“Yesterday marked the kick off for #Consensus2018 – but did it live up to the hype? More importantly, yesterday we listed $OMG!”

Bitmera, a crypto trader tweeted:

“Just zeroed out my coinbase account and went full on LBX! Now that I’ve made the transition from coinbase, I’m really happy with my current #bags at LBX.”

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