RaiBlocks is coming to Binance and Kucoin

Andrew Munro 4 January 2018 NEWS

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Big news for a potential big coin.

RaiBlocks (XRB) is out-pacing the competition on the Binance Community Coin of the month. With only a few hours remaining it has almost twice as many votes as the second place coin. At the same time Kucoin has announced that it will also be adding RaiBlocks to its lineup.

What does this mean? Perhaps that RaiBlocks may be ready for some rapid growth on the quickly-approaching horizon.

Even when it was confined to three small exchanges it still managed to pull enough traction to enter the top 20 coins, with a market cap of around $3 billion. Now that it's becoming much more widely available, it's worth watching to see if there will be a continuation of its dramatic rise.

At the time of writing RaiBlocks is in the process of integration at both exchanges, which means this might be the last call for anyone who wants to get on the train at one of the smaller exchanges before it reaches a larger market.

So far the prices have shown some dramatic drops as whales cash in their newfound earnings, but it looks like their coins have quickly been snapped up by eager buyers.

RaiBlocks is defined by its unique system of having a separate blockchain for each account and completely fee-free transactions, so it's not just a new currency for the big markets, but also a very different system to most of the ones that are currently out there.

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