OKCoin, one of the prominent digital asset exchanges in the world, has recently announced its decision of adding the latest USD pair on its platform. The token to be listed on OKCoin is Hedera Hashgraph’s HBAR that will be available in the trading pair of HBAR/USD.
The best crypto exchange USA made an official announcement through its Twitter handle on 13th September 2019, followed by an announcement post on its website.
This Monday, a new USD pair comes to OKCoin. Welcome, Hedera @hashgraph $HBAR. https://t.co/R58fhUvjtx pic.twitter.com/qP8bBECVzJ
— OKCoin (@OKCoin) September 13, 2019
As per the blog post, Hedera’s native coin HBAR will be launched for users on Monday, 16th September 2019 at 6 p.m. of the Pacific Standard Time (PST). At this launch date and time, users will be able to make deposits of the token.
The spot trading, as well as withdrawals, for this new trading pair (HBAR/USD), will begin on Tuesday, 17th September 2019 at 2 a.m. of the PST time zone.
Hedera Hashgraph is a decentralized public network that facilitates an individual to create their own cyberspace where they can transact, play, as well as socialize in a trusted and secure environment. Based in Dallas, Texas, Hedera goes above blockchain to enable the developers to build the upcoming era of fair, secure, and fast applications.
Its native crypto HBAR is anticipated to allow quicker payments for enterprise-level networks. Powered by the consensus of Hashgraph, HBAR is valued at $0.30 at the time of writing.
OKCoin, as per our complete OKCoin review, is a globally eminent crypto trading platform, headquartered in California’s San Francisco. Established in 2013, OKCoin at present offers fiat trading with significant digital assets such as Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin, Ethereum Classic, Litecoin, and Ethereum.
At the beginning of this month, OKCoin had announced the expansion of its areas of operations in the US, adding 7 more US states. So now, OKCoin’s trading services have been made available in Iowa, Arkansas, Mississippi, Kentucky, Utah, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania.