Bitcoin.com is All Set to Launch its Very Own Cryptocurrency Exchange on September 2


  • Bitcoin.com’s soon-to-be released crypto trading platform will go live sometime during the first-half of September 2019.
  • A number of reports claim that the exchange will offer its users a total of 50 crypto trading pairs.

As per an all-new announcement made earlier today, the folks over at Bitcoin.com will be launching their very own digital crypto trading portal — called Exchange.Bitcoin.com — within the next month or so. This latest addition comes at a time when Bitcoin.com is looking to expand on its current scope of operations by dabbling in newer, more exciting tech avenues such as online crypto casinos, cold storage wallet solutions, P2P bitcoin cash exchanges etc.

In regards to this latest development, a representative for the firm was quoted as saying:

While our company thinks the bitcoin cash network will be adopted by the masses worldwide, we also think it’s important to promote free markets and choice.

The aforementioned crypto exchange will most likely go live sometime during the first week of September.

It is being reported that the exchange will offer its users with a host of capitalized currencies such as bitcoin, ethereum, and litecoin. If that wasn’t enough, the platform will also provide investors with a total of 50 crypto trading pairs.

Bitcoin.com’s exchange will reportedly provide users with Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) tokens that are linked directly with the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) ecosystem.

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