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NinjaCoin, a cryptocurrency ATAIX held an IEO for not too long ago, is going to hold an airdrop right here on ATAIX. A total of 10,000,000 NINJA will be distributed evenly among all those who claim their share in time.
The airdrop will occur on March 9th, 2020 and all users who wish to claim some have until March 2nd, 2020 to do so. It’s important to note that users must be verified in order to receive their NINJA. To claim your NINJA, simply head over to your NINJA wallet and then click on "claim" at the top right.
It's important to note that users can only claim their NINJA on ATAIX's web platform as it will not be available on the mobile application. Be sure you’re registered and verified so you don’t miss the chance to get some free NINJA.
HTMLcoin- the innovative cryptocurrency and hybrid blockchain platform- is the latest coin to be listed on ATAIX.
HTMLcoin is a cryptocurrency and a secure blockchain that is based on the smart contracts of both Ethereum and the Blockchain Core Network. This makes it more flexible and practical and provides users with an improved rate of transaction, great stability, reduced costs of transactions, and ease of use.
On the ATAIX voting list, HTMLcoin has been one of the most dominant coins as of late, and it certainly deserves to be listed after such a performance. And anyone who voted for HTMLcoin will notice a little reward in their ATAIX wallet from their airdrop.
If you wish to trade HTMLcoin or any of the other coins on ATAIX, sign up for a free account today.
ATAIX is incredibly excited to announce that Stellargo will become the 5th IEO. This is yet another great chance for anyone looking to support an up and coming project.
The Stellargo Token is the native utility token for the Stellargo ecosystem, which provides users with a basic function that allows them to have their own bank accounts and cryptocurrency wallets within their individual app. It also stores legal currencies and cryptocurrencies and provides the ability to use legal currencies and cryptocurrencies in different payments in one app. This allows for simple currency exchange during travel, transfers, and payments.
The IEO will be held soon, with a specific date to be announced shortly. Be sure to follow ATAIX for more updates and sign up for an account to partake in the IEO once it begins.
BANANO- the cryptocurrency that’s “disrupting the meme economy”- has been listed on ATAIX after dominating our voting list.
BANANO emphasizes instant and feeless transactions and uses gamification (with the help of their community) to reach out to people who would usually not be familiar with cryptocurrencies. They boast an incredibly energetic and active community, and it’s no surprise they quickly reached #1 in our voting list and help the spot for some time.
And as a bonus to anyone who voted for BANANO- you'll soon receive your share from their airdrop.
To trade BANANO or any of the other coins we have listed on ATAIX, sign up for a free account today.
Silvercoin is an Indonesian project that’s currently holding its IEO on ATAIX’s IEO platform. The project is the 4th IEO our platform has held to date, and a great chance for contributors to invest in an up and coming project.
The IEO started on January 24th and will continue until February 24th. Silvercoin is a stablecoin with a value 1:1 with the USD. The project looks to face existing USD based stablecoins head on, and considers itself a valuable prospect in the market.
Be sure to visit their IEO page if you wish to contribute or to read up on the project. For anyone who is interested in holding their IEO on our platform, apply today and we’ll take care of the IEO process for you while you focus on developing your project.
Bitblocks’s BBK coin is the latest coin to be listed on ATAIX after a great performance on our voting list from their community. BBK is a coin with a focus on speed, convenience, and privacy.
BBK boasts nearly nonexistent fees, a privacy function that allows for completely anonymous transactions, and instant transactions. These features combined make it a convenient currency to use for everyday transactions all across the globe.
The BBK community propelled BBK to the top of our voting list, voting nearly 3,000 times in under two weeks time. Representatives of the project also contacted ATAIX to set up an airdrop for all those who voted for BBK. If you have a project and think it can earn a top spot on our voting list, apply today for a spot on the list.
In order to trade BBK and many other major and emerging cryptos, sign up for an ATAIX account today.
Starting this Friday, November 29th through Sunday, December 1st, users can trade for completely free on ATAIX.
No superficial discounts, no needlessly difficult hoops to jump through, just log on and begin trading this Black Friday weekend and pay 0 trading fees while doing it. The offer will expire after the weekend, so be sure to get on tomorrow and make some trades.
As users already know, our fees are already incredibly low, but we’re offering everyone three days of free trading on us. Anyone who’s interested in taking part can also check out our listed currencies to get better acquainted with all ATAIX has to offer.
If you haven’t registered yet, and would like to take advantage of this offer, sign up for an account today.
ATAIX will be delisting EVEO and EVEG. We have already disabled depositing EVEO and EVEG and trading will be disabled as of Thursday, November 14th. Users will then have until Sunday, December 15th to withdraw any remaining EVEO and EVEG tokens from their ATAIX accounts.
Please note that this will be a permanent change and users will not be able to trade or withdraw EVEO and EVEG after the given dates, and should withdraw their funds accordingly prior to the delisting.
After December 15th, any remaining EVEO and EVEG funds on ATAIX will be lost.
In continuing to improve the ATAIX platform and make it as accessible as possible for our global community, we have added a Russian language option on the platform. Russian is the third language option available on ATAIX, following English and Japanese respectively.
The decision to add Russian as the third language option on ATAIX was made due to high demand. As always, we try to provide users with the experience they want from ATAIX. As we continue to monitor the user experience on our platform, we’ll continue making additions and improvements based on feedback.
If you haven’t joined ATAIX, sign up for an account today to begin trading.
So you think you’ve come to terms with blockchain? Finally! You’ve had your eureka moment and now you’re out in the streets in your bath towel telling the whole neighborhood about it. But five minutes later, just as the cold hits you, you start doubting again. You almost got to the end of a book to do with Distributed Ledger Technology, which you think you understood then but can’t now. You read about Initial Coin Offerings until your eyes turned red and you even invested in a few (the less said about that the better).
The universe of blockchain is scattered with three-letter abbreviations and such rapid change that it is an almost full-time occupation just staying informed. And now along comes another three-letter abbreviation, another initial “offering” of some kind. But this one is something to do with exchanges, not coins. Intrigued? Try to keep up.
A very short backstory of all things blockchain so we can all start on the same ledger.
Blockchain technology burst onto the scene with Bitcoin in 2009. The key aspect of a blockchain is DLT (Distributed Ledger Technology) which maintains a decentralized public list of all network transactions as opposed to the previous model of a centralised - and hence secret - database. Whereas transactions through a bank must rely on that institution as the “trusted third party”, blockchains ensure that this third party is spread across a network of nodes. “Miners” enable and maintain the blockchain in exchange for rewards in a certain cryptocurrency. Through transparency, the aim is to guarantee trust through incorruptibility.
The potential of blockchain technology soon spread from a pure digital form of cash like Bitcoin to more specific use-cases such as smart contracts. These allow for the execution and even negotiation of contracts between two or more parties without the need for a physical intermediary to guarantee the contract. This trusted third-party is programmed into the blockchain itself. As the original, Ethereum is perhaps the best example of this, acting as a platform for others to build their own specific smart contract projects.
As the early blockchain pioneers increased, so did the accompanying ecosystem. A staggering number of ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) appeared from around 2015, peeking in 2017 to 2018. As with anything popular, especially in an unknown and unregulated space, many of these projects were poorly conceived of or just scams. Projects were launched on their own websites, where they sold tokens of their own cryptocurrency, regardless of whether the aim was to be a pure digital currency or something with more real world application.
The term ICO closely mimics the long-established IPO (Initial Public Offering) for companies going “public” or “floating” on the stock exchange through the sale of shares of equity. The difference was that there were no rules in this new Wild West of blockchain startups. A huge number of these ICOs turned out to be fraudulent, while many more just failed through hasty and poorly-run teams. As such, ICOs quickly earned a reputation for being highly risky. Peaking in February 2018 with over 1,500, a year later by February 2019 they had almost completely died out as a method for blockchain crowdfunding.
Enter our new friend IEO
Initial Exchange Offerings grew into the vacuum left by the suspicion of ICOs, but also played an active role in hastening the end of the ICO age. Their appeal is in the increased level of trust they offer buyers of crypto tokens. So what has changed with this switch from Coin to Exchange?
Well, it’s pretty straightforward. The place where tokens are bought or exchanged has moved from the website of the blockchain project to an exchange site.
But let’s rewind to crypto exchanges
To back up a bit, exchange sites grew up alongside the rise of Bitcoin and the increase of new cryptocurrencies. Here, people could buy cryptocurrencies with fiat (“normal money” - USD, EUR, GBP and so on) or exchange directly between various cryptocurrencies. More recently, as official regulation of cryptocurrencies is catching up with the industry, these exchange sites have tended to fall into two categories: regulated fiat to crypto exchanges and the wilder and more unregulated crypto to crypto alt-coin exchanges (alt-coins include all the thousands of smaller cryptocurrencies, which generally exclude the big three of Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin).
These exchanges are important in our story because they stepped in to offer a solution to the general suspicion of ICOs. What they were betting on was that launching a blockchain project’s token offering on their exchange instead of on a standalone website would increase trust. And as IEOs increased in frequency and popularity, while ICOs dwindled, it became clear that they had been right.
The IEO model is based on a mutually profitable crypto triangle. First there is the project or company that wants to sell their token to raise funds to develop further. By partnering with an exchange, they ensure a level of credibility that they could not get if they sold tokens directly to buyers.
This also saves a huge amount of resources on the software development and marketing required to independently host an ICO. The fee that startups have to pay to exchanges for the IEO is almost always significantly less.
Then they are also immediately listed on an exchange, which - depending on the exchange - hugely increases the likelihood that people will buy their tokens (the ease of purchase and exchange of cytocurrenices is called “liquidity”).
That should give the team more time and resources to get on with what they are trying to develop, instead of desperately trying to get listed on an exchange, as was the case back in the days of ICOs.
IEOs are also great opportunities to invest in some up and coming projects. ATAIX IEO offers users with a project in mind with the opportunity to list their project and get funding while offering other users an opportunity to explore some new projects they might be interested in investing in.