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GameCredits Currency Now Listed on the Largest Exchange in China

Norbert | Oct 19, 2016 | 11:08

Altcoins

GameCredits Currency Now Listed on the Largest Exchange in China

Norbert | Oct 19, 2016 | 11:08


GameCredits is proud to announce the addition of their gaming cryptocurrency to Yuanbao, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in China. Established in 2013, Yuanbao is one of the oldest Chinese exchanges, and now has over 200,000 registered traders on its platform.

GameCredits is a three year old currency developed specifically for integration into the gaming industry. To date, it is the only cryptocurrency adopted by real world gaming developers for inclusion into popular mainstream games. Currently, these games have an audience of over 15 million registered gamers.

GameCredits was able to pass what many in the industry consider the most intense review process of any altcoin currency exchange in the world. Yuanbao did a comprehensive three month review of GameCredits history, development team, and leadership. Because of its strong reputation among Chinese currency traders, Yuanbao only lists the most popular and useful cryptocurrencies. To date, Yuanbao lists only 40 of the over 1000 cryptocurrencies that exist today.

In coordination with the launch, GameCredits is running a promotional outreach campaign to Chinese cryptocurrency traders. The outreach includes advertising and engagement on the Yuanbao community forums, as well as reaching out to influential members of the Chinese trading community.

GameCredits is dedicated not only to establishing relationships with Chinese traders, but also with the Chinese gaming community. GameCredits has a comprehensive development road-map that includes expanding into the Chinese gaming market.

“For us this is the ideal partnership at the perfect time. Being able to develop a relationship with Yuanbao in advance of our plans for the Chinese gaming industry, is something we felt was very necessary,” said GameCredits CMO Jon Comer.

To learn more about GameCredits visit GameCredits.net.

To learn more about Yuanbao visit Yuanbao.com


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