Electroneum team just shared an announcement that ETN just became available on one of the biggest exchanges in the market, being listed on HitBTC.
The team behind the exchange also shared the announcement, adding that Electroneum, a mobile-based currency, just got its trading pair with BTC.
In the meanwhile, Electroneum is one of the rare cryptocurrencies in the market that is still able to show some progress despite the prolonged November market dip, currently going up by 5% in the last 24 hours.
Electroneum Now Listed on HitBTC: ETN CEO Expresses Enthusiasm
Electroneum is described as a mobile-based currency created to bring fast and cheap payment solutions to the developing countries and areas where liable financial solutions are still underdeveloped or not even available.
At the same time, Electroneum is said to be the first currency with enabled mobile mining which makes it more available to wider audiences of users interested in mining cryptocurrency.
It is said that there are currently over 2.6 million people using and mining ETN, presented as specially designed for mass adoption and easy integrations of blockchain-based technology.
The team behind ETN announced that Electroneum just became available for live trading in one of the biggest exchanges in the market when it comes to the trading volume.
The CEO of Electroneum, Richard Ells, stated on this occasion that HitBTC is one of the biggest exchanges in the market, meaning that Electroneum will now become available for wider audiences of investors and cryptocurrency enthusiasts.
That means that ETN might see some improvements in the market due to the increased exposure as the result of the listing on HitBTC.
The team behind the exchange also shared the news, stating that the newly added cryptocurrency, Electroneum, will be paired with BTC.
Electroneum is also said to have two more trading pairs, being available for live exchanging with USDT and ETH.
Richard Ells also added on the matter of the most recent listing that it will provide the needed increased visibility so that the team behind ETN would be able to promote and expand their cryptocurrency as they want to make a difference in the world and help millions of people with their technology and API.
The CEO, Ells, considers that HitBTC listing will be one of the needed factors in the puzzle to enable the team to help out in the adoption of bringing cheap and fast solutions to those in need, making a change in the world.
Electroneum CEO Says There Will Be More Massive Announcements Very Soon
Richard Ells also added in the official announcement on the HitBTC listing that the addition of ETN to HitBTC comes “off the back of a great run,” further adding that Electroneum made pretty far with developing the first cryptocurrency instant payment API, also adding that Electroneum is set to become the first KYC compliant crypto asset.
Ells further added that another great milestone for Electroneum is certainly being listed on HitBTC with new trading pairs and new potential users and investors.
The head of the marketing of HitBTC, Chris Lee, also addressed the most recent case of ETN listing, saying that Electroneum was actually requested from the community which made them decide to add it as a valuable asset, “understanding (the users’ needs) and building a great customer service on HitBTC.”
Besides from mentioning KYC and Electroneum presenting the first cryptocurrency instant payment API, Ells also added that there will be more massive announcements that will keep the momentum of excitement for Electroneum, “very, very soon.”
Electroneum did earn a massive momentum with announcing the KYC compliance upcoming for Electroneum which at the same time provided at least some dose of immunity to the market dips to ETN.
Making it one of the rare cryptos not suffering from severe drops, ETN is still seen in the green on the bimonthly chart going up by over 50%, while the rest of the market is going through a prolonged and intense dip.
At the same time, Electroneum is seen up by over 5% on November 20th, collecting gains in the last 24 hours although the top traders are still marking lows.