DEx.top provides decentralized exchange for the future
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DEx.top provides decentralized exchange for the future

Biraajmaan Tamuly

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DEx.top provides decentralized exchange for the future
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Decentralized exchange platform DEx.top aims to streamline crypto trading platforms as we know it. It recently launched with 10000 unique users and announced 3 new collaborations.
DEx.top utilizes smart contracts based on the Ethereum platform to provide users with a decentralized and transparent trading platform. It is currently focusing on increasing transaction speeds, improving the batch sizes and optimizing the supervision alarm mechanism. It will also add features such as email notifications for new listings and confirmation of withdrawals in the near future.
The DEx.top platform also provides added security as there are no central exchange wallets that can be hacked and no exchange mechanisms that have a probability to fail. It allows the users to have complete control and freedom over their funds.
It offers trading for ERC20 tokens, with ICOs that have solid and credible technological backgrounds and real-world use-cases. The ICOs will be vetted by DEx.top’s elite analysis team, which will conduct a review of each approved project’s code to fix potential security vulnerabilities. These approved ICOs will also be promoted by the platform, with offerings of rewards and promotion to encourage trading of new listings.
The wallets that DEx.top work with are cross-chain wallet iBitcome, imToken and Trust wallet.
DEx.top also offers incentive rewards and prizes for traders. The platform will offer 100 of the PAL token native to the platform to any user who deposits tokens on the platform for a limited time only. Prizes in the competition include 350000 PAL, 600000 MEDX tokens, and a MacBook computer. The program is to sign up new users and get them to trade on the platform.
The following tokens are listed at launch:

  • PolicyPay Network: PolicyPay is a platform that provides additional security to investors’ digital asset portfolios. It is a decentralized insurance protocol that works with 16 established global insurance firms to offer a product known as “CryptoProtect”. It has graduated from the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s FinTech sandbox.
  • MediBloc: MediBloc is an open-source, blockchain-based data repository for patients. It secures medical history and tracks medical changes over a user’s lifetime. The data is drawn from industry sources and smartphones, with the company currently conducting an “airdrop mapping” of its tokens from Qtum to ERC20.
  • HPB: HPB, which stands for High-Performance Blockchain, combines hardware and software to create a blockchain architecture. The team behind this ICO is currently working on a method to add new nodes to the network easily.

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Biraajmaan covers market trends of major cryptocurrencies. As a graduate in engineering, his interests lie in Blockchain technology. With over a year as a journalist, his articles focus on US and UK markets.

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