Bitfinex to Unveil EOS-Based Decentralized Exchange  EOSfinex  This Month | CryptoGlobe Bitfinex to Unveil EOS-Based Decentralized Exchange EOSfinex This Month | CryptoGlobe
Bitfinex, a leading cryptocurrency exchange, is set to unveil an EOS-based decentralized cryptocurrency exchange called EOSfinex on September 26, during the Blockchain Live event in London. According to a blog post, the new decentralized exchange is going to offer its users an entirely trustless trading experience. EOSfinex will facilitate a highly scalable network of peer-to-peer value exchange, unconstrained by borders and built around a foundation of transparency, speed and integrity. Read the story in full below. https://t.co/CzORoYpCPv The platform will initially have three trading pairs: EOS/USD, ETH/USD, and BTC/USD. It may, per the post, quickly add new ones as the exchange's contract is flexible and makes it easy to add new trading pairs. As the exchange states, adding a new pair is trivial and can be done by anyone after the trusted contract issues a new tradable token. This entry was first seen by us on December 27, 2018 6:43 PM. Share this content on social media: See www.cryptoglobe.com for more. Leave a Comment

Bitfinex Suspends Fiat (EUR, USD, JPY, GBP) Deposits while Bitcoin Under Selling Pressure Bitfinex Suspends Fiat (EUR, USD, JPY, GBP) Deposits while Bitcoin Under Selling Pressure
Bitfinex has suspended its USD, EUR, JPY, and GBP deposits temporarily and expects the situation to normalize within a week. This has been while the market goes through serious sell-off with cryptos running in the deep red. According to the Coinmarketcap data, Bitfinex ranks at 4th spot with the daily trading volume of $668 million that has seen a rise of over 150 percent just like a number of other exchanges as crypto sell-off accelerates in the red market. Bitfinex is a spot trading platform for cryptocurrencies viz. Bitcoin, Ethereum, EOS, Litecoin, Ripple, NEO, Monero, and a number of others that also offers margin trading up to 3.3x leverage trading by providing traders with access to the peer-to-peer funding market. This posting was first found by us on December 27, 2018 2:36 PM. Share this content on social media: See coingape.com for more. Leave a Comment

Bitfinex Review - Bitcoin & Ethereum Cryptocurrency Trading Exchange Bitfinex Review - Bitcoin & Ethereum Cryptocurrency Trading Exchange
Bitfinex is one of the world's largest bitcoin trading platforms. Find out everything you need to know about this popular exchange today in our review. Bitfinex is a bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchange that offers three main functions. It offers cryptocurrency and fiat trading, offers margin trading, and provides liquidity. Using Bitfinex, you can do things you won't find on other exchanges like short bitcoin via margin trading. The exchange is incorporated in the British Virgin Islands, but maintains offices in Taiwan, London, and Hong Kong. The executive team is based around the world. In August 2016, the exchange was hacked, leading to the loss of 120,000 BTC. In response, Bitfinex moved from a hot wallet to a cold storage system. This piece was first found by us on December 22, 2018 8:28 AM. Share this content on social media: You may want to visit bitcoinexchangeguide.com for more similar content. Leave a Comment

Bitfinex quietly increases minimum wire fee - The Block Bitfinex quietly increases minimum wire fee - The Block
While Black Friday is usually known for its price reductions, the minimum fee for a wire withdrawal on Bitfinex just went up from $20 to $60. While this seems to be specifically designed to combat Bitfinex's recent withdrawal problems, it effectively makes Bitfinex one of the most expensive exchanges to withdraw fiat currency from in the process. Bitfinex, the fifth largest exchange by adjusted volume according to CoinMarketCap, did not announce the change even though it did issue token related announcements yesterday and today. The change became apparent by comparing the currently available fees schedule on Bitfinex with the one cached by Google: This posting was discovered by us on November 24, 2018 5:40 AM. Share this content on social media: Visit www.theblockcrypto.com for more similar content. Leave a Comment

CryptoDaily; Ethereum, blockchain, KickICO, Ripple [XRP], Bitfinex, EOS [EOS], Bitcoin [BTC]; July 28,2018 | BCFocus CryptoDaily; Ethereum, blockchain, KickICO, Ripple [XRP], Bitfinex, EOS [EOS], Bitcoin [BTC]; July 28,2018 | BCFocus
Allow to send web push notifications to your desktop. Ethereum goes Constantinople to make its network more efficient and cost-effective Ethereum has geared up for its upcoming upgrade  Constantinople. The open-source, public, blockchain-based distributed computing platform is introducing the upgrade to refurbish its platform like never before. The network's system-wide upgrade is the second fraction of a two-part series of upgrades. Read more Accenture ships blockchain to augment its logistics network Accenture, a global management consulting company is eyeing blockchain technology as a tool to upgrade its logistics arm. The probable blockchain implementation was announced through a patent application that was published on 26th July, reported Coin Telegraph. Read more This item was first seen by us on July 28, 2018 1:07 PM. Share this content on social media: Browse bcfocus.com for additional posts. Leave a Comment

EOS Deposits and Withdrawals Enabled on Bitfinex After Exodus to EOSIO EOS Deposits and Withdrawals Enabled on Bitfinex After Exodus to EOSIO
Bitfinex users become the first ones to deposit and withdraw EOS tokens after the Token moved out of ERC20 blockchain to its own MainNet, EOS.IO. On June 1st, 2018 Block.one, the company behind EOS, distributed the last block of EOS token on the Ethereum blockchain after which all EOS tokens were frozen and the transfers of tokens were disallowed. The official announcement can be found here. As the first user received his EOS deposit address on Bitfinex, the message was clear the Exodus to EOS.IO was complete enabling EOS deposit and withdrawal. Covering the first user reviews that came out gives us an interesting insight into how the MainNet is phasing out. Some prominent things to note were, EOS withdrawals from Bitfinex are completely free. Other important things that user noted were that the blockchain was blazing fast and needed 25 confirmations for the block to be created.  It was also noted that test deposit had over 1000 confirmations on the blockchain before it hit the 25? required on Bitfinex's end. It took around 15 minutes for Bitfinex to credit the deposit This piece was first found by us on June 21, 2018 1:17 AM. Share this content on social media: You may want to visit coingape.com for complete listings from this source. Leave a Comment

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