Centerless Crypto Stock Exchange Receives DEEX ICO Start

Centerless Crypto Stock Exchange Receives DEEX ICO Start
Centerless Crypto Stock Exchange Receives DEEX ICO Start
Sales of DEEX tokens, which we can identify as a decentralized financial ecosystem based on the BitShares 2.0 platform, began on January 10th. DEEX offers solutions to problems in central stock exchanges, and this kind of functionality that stock markets do not offer comes up against investors. Within the scope of pre-sale, which ended at the end of 2017, only 3410 ETH investments were collected in a period of 1 month.

Platforma member users can purchase and sell with crypto money using their own country’s money. DEEX initially offers the opportunity to trade with more than 10 crypto-currencies, including BTC, ETH and some other sub-coins.

The central stock exchanges have always been the most preferred trading platforms because they offer outstanding features such as accessibility and ease of use for investors, margin transactions, stop-loss and lending. However, it has become clear that these stock exchanges over time have exposed many risks to users, such as security threats, unfair competition, danger of sanctions, political factors. So far, customer funds stolen from these stock exchanges have reached $ 500 million. BitShares 2.0 Graphene blockchain is used in the DEEX substructure, which is the world’s first decentralized stock market. This blockchain, known as a fairly fast and reliable platform, has never been hacked once.

Platform users will be able to run their own ICO using a decentralized escrow toolkit provided by Crypto debit cards will also be offered to users. On the other hand, third party applications can be integrated using the existing API on the platform.

75% of tokens will be allocated to ICO participants, 15% to development team, 7% to consultants, 3% to reward programs and PR studies.

More information about the Platforma and the starting ICO can be found on the official site.

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