BTC China [BTCC] announced the release of their upgraded exchange platform. The upgraded platform will be launched in June and users will be allowed to trade – BTC, ETH, BCH, LTC/USD, ETH, BCH, LTC/BTC. They plan to launch other new trading pairs. The new BTCC exchange platform will offer and allow zero fees for trading transactions for the initial 3 months.
The first cryptocurrency exchange-platform of China, BTC China [BTCC], founded by Bobby Lee was the second largest Bitcoin [BTC] trading platform in terms of trading volume has always been regular with their customer commitment. In addition to this, their 7 years of experience had provided the customers with more reliable and secure crypto-asset service to their users globally.
However, it ceased activity due to a crack by the authorities, which led the Central bank to ban local exchanges from the trading of cryptocurrency with the Yuan, the national fiat, in September 2017.
BTCC’s community was anticipating the announcement of the upgraded exchange platform which the development team has been working on for quite some time. The exchange platform will include key-features such as faster deposits and withdrawals with a better liquidity, a platform with better benefits for users which can be accessed throughout the BTCC ecosystems through its new reward-point system.
There will be points given to customers indulging in activities such as verifying, depositing, referring users and more. The reward system includes the BTCC Pool and Mobi wallet.
Furthermore, the upgraded platform will be utilizing multi-clustered, multi-tier system with high-speed memory engine for trading.
BTTC made their announcement via Twitter:
“BTCC is launching a new exchange in June that will introduce a #reward #point system, allowing you to spend across the whole BTCC ecosystem. That includes the @BTCC_Pool and @BTCCmobi wallet! #like and #retweet to enter our draw to #win 1000 bits.”
serzhiio, a crypto-trader on Twitter replied:
“Do you offer something to HFT traders and MMs?”
moki339, a Reddit user commented:
“Offers SSL encryption? That is an “option” nowadays?”