EXMO, Eastern Europe’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, has announced the launch of stop orders. The new feature is going to be available on October 3, 2019. On the same day at 17:00 (UTC +3), the platform will start the second round of IEO with a 5% discount for the first three days.
Stop orders are going to be integrated into the platform’s ecosystem in a few consequent stages. Upon completing the first one, EXMO users will be able to check out two types of orders, namely buy and sell stop orders, which are meant to enhance productivity and predictability of the trading process due to the ability to hedge risks. Starting from October 3, the new instrument will be applicable for BTC/USD, BTC/USDT, BTC/RUB, BTC/UAH, ETH/BTC, and ETH/USD.
“According to the roadmap, the second and third stages of the IEO are coordinated with the technical enhancement of the platform, namely launching of stop orders. That is what our technical team has been focused on over the past few months. We are really excited to help users successfully implement their bravest trading strategies,” says Sergey Zhdanov, CEO of EXMO.
EXMO Coin (EXM) is the internal exchange ERC-20 token, which enables EXMO clients to get access to the unique bonuses and special offers. EXM token holders will pay lower trading commissions, have access to copy trading services, and get higher referral payments. There’s an added option to convert the “cryptocurrency dust” (lower than the min. trade or withdrawal balance) into EXMO Coin, and to vote on listing and delisting of coins. Moreover, holding EXM gives exclusively fast access to trading after cryptocurrency listing and IEO.
The IEO hard cap is set at 148 743 645 EXM that equal to 141 BTC.
A 5% discount is valid within three days starting from October 3, 17:00 (UTC +3).
Register on the official EXMO website to purchase.
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