KuCoin lists new altcoin Enjin

Janica San Juan 14 January 2018 NEWS

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Hong Kong-based cryptocurrency exchange platform KuCoin lists another altcoin.

Kucoin which is known for its KuCoin Shares (KCS) rewards currency as well as its exceptionally wide range of cryptocurrencies, has confirmed the listing of Enjin in its platform.

Since it doesn’t deal with fiat currencies, users of the platform need to have BTC or ETH first before they can trade the full range of available coins that KuCoin has to offer.

On 12 January 2018 KuCoin announced that another new altcoin has been added to its trading platform. Enjin (ENJ) has been added to its list of tradable token.

Upon listing, traders in the platform will be able to have access to ENJ/BTC as well as ENJ/ETH.

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With millions of users already trading virtual items, the gaming industry is continuously growing. With this in mind, Enjin aims to bring a decentralised platform that remove fraud and high fees associated with the current gaming platforms. Currently there are 18 million Enjin users.

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