December 3rd, 2019— The Estonian cryptocurrency exchange, ExMarkets, is listing SelfKey’s native utility token KEY.
ExMarkets is a digital asset exchange platform powered by a proprietary, state-of-the-art trading engine. With volumes exceeding 3.5 million US dollars a day, ExMarkets users can trade the most popular cryptocurrencies as well as access gain the token sales of promising blockchain and crypto projects through ExMarket’s Initial Exchange Offering (IEO) LaunchPad.
Crucially, the platform was granted two licenses by the Estonian regulator which allow it to operate as a crypto-fiat gateway and custodian service. This makes ExMarkets one of the few certified players in the market.
New users can set up an account in just a few minutes, and are able to deposit Bitcoin, Ether and a number of other digital assets as well as Euros.
Additionally, ExMarkets has implemented an innovative solution called CoinStruction liquidity framework, which ensures that there is round the clock liquidity for digital assets. This is achieved by aggregating the order-books of the most well-known cryptocurrency exchanges.
SelfKey’s distributed team is building a rich ecosystem with the aim of empowering individuals and corporations with more freedom and privacy.
The KEY utility token plays growing role in this ecosystem, enabling payments for services, such as bank accounts, incorporations and more within the SelfKey Marketplace. Of course, future developments will utilize KEY further, making availability on first-class exchanges like ExMarkets very important.
SelfKey is a leading identity management system that aims to return ownership over personal data back to the individual. To achieve this, SelfKey is building a rich identity ecosystem comprising the SelfKey Wallet, the Marketplace, Login with SelfKey and the KEY token.
ExMarkets is a licensed digital asset exchange based in Estonia. Processing over 3.5 million US dollars in trading volume every day, the platform has established itself as one of the most exciting in the space. Interested readers can find out more about ExMarkets here.