EOS [EOS] is coming out with its Mainnet on June 2nd. Ever since the announcement that it would be shifting out of the Ethereum blockchain, by changing its status from an ERC20 token, exchanges have been adding support for the mainnet launch.
The EOS community has emphasized the need to move the ERC20 tokens off their existing Ethereum wallets onto exchanges that support the move. Exchanges have been adding support for EOS mainnet launch left, right and center. Here are some of the exchanges that support the launch.
Binance is one of the first exchanges to support the EOS mainnet launch, with them announcing support almost 3 months ago. They released their statement after EOS announced that they would be migrating to a mainnet.
Bitfinex announced a month ago that they would also be adding support for the mainnet launch. They also announced that they are aiming to be one of the 21 block producers who run the application.
India’s leading exchange Zebpay also announced support for the migration, along with that for TRON tokens. Leading exchange Kraken also announced that they would be supporting the launch.
Kucoin was one of the first to add support as well, along with exchange platform Gopax. CoinDCX also added support earlier this week.
Bibox, a prominent exchange platform also announced that they would e supporting the swap. Bithumb announced earlier this week that they would be supporting the coin during its transition.
Price-wise, EOS is trading at around the $12.30 mark at press time after a drop earlier this week. It saw a gradual decline over 3 days from its high of $14.17. The token then decreased to close to the $10.50 mark, maybe due to the bearish market. It quickly rallied up to the $12.20 mark within a few hours after its drop. It stayed constant around the $12 mark and is currently trading at close to $12.70.
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