Binance Crypto Trading Exchange Lists Ardor (ARDR) Token Pairs

Binance Exchange announces they are adding to its list of altcoins to trade with by listing the Ardor (ARDR) cryptocurrency token. Here is the official announcement from the world's most traded on exchange for alternative tokens:

The ARDR coin will have three trading pairs to begin with in bitcoin, ethereum and binance coin.

The ARDR/BNB, ARDR/BTC and ARDR/ETH token trading pairs will begin July 18, 2018 at 11am UTC.

You can check out our Ardor Review here:

Ardor – ARDR Scalable Blockchain For Businesses, Govt & Banks?

For those who didn't read the full review, Ardor offers a blockchain as a service platform that spawned from the Nxt blockchain project. Their mainnet launched on the first day of the year, January 1, and specializes in reducing blockchain congestion, hosting ready to use connected blockchains and multi-transactional tokens. Many think the IGNIS coin will soon follow given the ARDR token inclusion on Binance.

The ARDR token has already seen the Binance Effect happen as the coin is currently up 45% and is trading at $0.23 currently but has seen all time high prices of $1.54 – $2.03 back when the market cap was over $800 billion.

What do you guys think? Will Ardor's ARDR token listing on Binance help push the coin to new heights? Be sure to follow us on telegram and twitter to keep up with all of the latest news regarding Binance and Ardor!

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