OKEx announced new listing: $BZZ

OKEx announced last Monday, June 21, through its Twitter account, its new listing: $BZZ, Swarm’s native cryptoasset. According to the company, an OKEx decentralized storage and communication system is now included.

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Image about OKEx posting on Twitter

“OKEx is pleased to announce the inclusion of BZZ, Swarm’s native cryptoasset, in our spot trading markets”, it said through an article posted on its website.

The company explained that the BZZ negotiation will begin according to the following schedule:

1. BZZ deposits open at 14:00 on June 21 (UTC).

2. BZZ / USDT spot trading will be on board if the deposit amounts meet our requirements.

In his view, Swarm is a system of peer-to-peer networked nodes that create a decentralized communication and storage service. The system is economically self-sufficient due to a built-in incentive system that is enforced through smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain and is powered by the BZZ token.

Some details

Asset name: Swarm

Ticker: BZZ

Initial supply: 62,500,000


The company indicated that it would limit the purchase amounts of users after the negotiation opens. The limit will be $5,000 within 1 hour after opening and will increase to $10,000 in 1 hour and will increase to $20,000 in 1 hour and 30 minutes; The purchase limit will be lifted in 2 hours and 30 minutes.

Also read: Charm will discontinue Charm Options and Cube Tokens

About OKEx

It is an innovative cryptocurrency exchange with advanced financial services. According to the company, they rely on blockchain technology to provide everything you need for smart trading and investing.

Enjoy hundreds of tokens and trading pairs. With OKEx, you can join one of the leading crypto exchanges by trading volume. We serve millions of users in more than 100 countries. Our BTC futures trading volume is $ 1.5 billion daily. In addition to futures, we offer spot, margin, options and perpetual swaps, DeFi, loans and mining”, he added.

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