Bytecoin News Today: Bytecoin (BCN) has been listed on CoinDeal exchange

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Cryptocurrency users can now trade Bytecoin (BCN) on Coindeal cryptocurrency exchange. In a tweet on Monday, Bytecoin announced that the coin has been added to the exchange.

Coindeal is operated by Verified Trading Solutions Ltd. which is based in Cyprus. The exchange lists major cryptocurrencies including bitcoin (BTC), ethereum (ETH), litecoin (LTC), ripple (XRP) and bitcoin cash (BCH). It also allows trading of tokens from interesting projects like Verge (XVG), Lisk (LSK), Nano (NANO), Qtum (QTM) and now Bytecoin. It also allows supports fiat – crypto trading for Euros (EUR).

The Bytecoin Project

Bytecoin was launched in 2014 as a private, decentralized with open source code based on CryptoNote technology. It is regarded as the first crypto to implement CryptoNote which allows everyone to participate in the network development. Users can stay anonymous when transacting on the network. Recently the Bytecoin team updated its roadmap to include new plans for 2018; development plans, marketing efforts, exchange listings, and partnership.

Knowing the importance of major exchange listings, the Bytecoin encouraged followers in another tweet to build community engagement with the hope of getting listed on OKEx exchange.

Bytecoin Price Watch

Bytecoin enjoyed an overall 24 percent gain in May when most of the cryptocurrency market suffered major losses. It closed the month at $0.006838 ranked 19th by Market Cap. The coin surged to an all-time high of $0.01862 early in May following the announcement that Bytecoin will be listed on Bianance.

The community will hope that the listing on Coindeal will rally the price of Bytecoin which is currently trading at $0.003859, down by about 12 percent in the past 24 hours.

Solomon Sunny is the market reporter for Smartereum, one of the global leaders in Ethereum, blockchain and currency news. He produces technical price updates on digital currencies and writes recent developments about blockchain.


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