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KEY Token to be Listed on CoinTiger

Cointiger has decided to list the KEY token on the CoinTiger exchange on 14th January at 18:00 (GMT+8). CoinTiger is a centralized exchange, with reportedly more than 4 Million users worldwide.

13 Jan
2021
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We’ve got exciting news for you.

Cointiger has decided to list the KEY token on the CoinTiger exchange on 14th January at 18:00 (GMT+8). CoinTiger is a centralized exchange, with reportedly more than 4 Million users worldwide.

CoinTiger is one of the most prominent centralized exchanges, and SelfKey is proud that the KEY token will be listed on the CoinTiger exchange.

The listing will occur for the pairing KEY/USDT, and the important dates surrounding the listing are as follows:

Deposit: 18:00, January 14, 2021 (GMT+8)

Trading: 18:00, January 15, 2021 (GMT+8)

Withdraw: 18:00, January 15, 2021 (GMT+8)

CoinTiger will give away 500,000 KEY tokens to new users who register on CoinTiger and meet Cointiger criteria for eligibility.

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About SelfKey

SelfKey is a leading identity management system that aims to help users regain control over their personal data. To achieve this, SelfKey has an identity ecosystem comprising the SelfKey Wallet, the Marketplace, and the native token KEY. SelfKey allows users to signup for a new company, bank account, manage their personal or corporate identity, verifying user documents through real-world notaries, or apply for a crypto loan in a single click.

About CoinTiger

CoinTiger is the first crypto exchange to introduce an equity mechanism with its native TigerCash (TCH) token. Since its launch in November 2017, CoinTiger has iterated on its platform and now has an ecosystem comprising web, iOS, Android applications, and exchange services (e.g. cryptocurrency trading, Ticker Capital, Labs, IEO Project Voting program). In mid 2020, CoinTiger users reportedly stood at 4 million across 250 countries in Asia, North America, Africa, and Europe.