Chinese crypto firm, Huobi, announced the official roll-out of Huobi Prime, a premium token listing channel, which will be released on 26 March 2019. With this feature, users will be able to trade in ‘high potential digital assets,’ before they are listed on the main exchange.
According to Leon Li, the Founder and CEO of the Huobi Group, it is aimed at accessing promising crypto assets at rates substantially lower than their market price.
The announcement stated,
“To foster fair price discovery, and to avoid potential risks brought to users by severe volatility, we will introduce ‘Price Limit’.”
According to a statement released by the group, users on its platform will have an investment cap of $1,000 in HT tokens, which boiled down to nearly 2,220 HT per sale, owing to the trading price, at press time.
The project can be compared to Binance Launchpad, with its main goal being to provide a platform for “transformative crypto projects.” Like the Launchpad, Huobi Prime plans to list the digital assets against its native token HT for trading.
In what may be an indication of the crypto-winter receding, trading platforms have opened up their roster to new and promising assets. In a similar roll-out, the Malta-based exchange, Bittrex, launched a token sale on its platform, in a bid to make the gaming system more transparent, with their first Initial Exchange Offering [IEO].
The latest Huobi feature comes a week after the crypto firm announced support for Tron [TRX] decentralized apps [DApps] on its multi-chain Huobi Wallet. The wallet currently supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tron, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV, XRP, EOS, Ethereum Classic, and Litecoin, as well as all ERC20 tokens and stablecoins.
The roll-out followed a month after the Chinese group’s Australian unit was shut down eight months into its launch, due to poor market conditions.
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