Ethereum-Based OmigeGO (OMG) Makes Its Way To Gibraltar Crypto Exchange
The Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange Has Added some support For The OmiseGo, OMG
The GBX, which is also referred to as the Gibraltar-Blockchain-Exchange, which is an institutional grade, that is insured and regulated token sale platform together with being a digital asset exchange. They have just gone ahead to announce a new addition which is the OMG, referred to as the OmiseGo. It has been added to the GBX-DAX, which is an exchange that has been developed for the professionals within the crypto trading market.
More On The OMG Network
The OMG will be having some trading pairs with the ETH, BTC and the USD straight on the GBX-DAX. It is a network that was established in the aims of facilitating proper inclusion together with interoperability. Plus, it will be able to offer users with a decentralized mechanism that can be used for the future in the financial networks along with the decentralized economies.
It will also allow the building, easy use of dApps, and scaling within the OMG network; this is emphasizing the need to establish transparency and easy access within the decentralized system. The OMG is an ERC-20 token, one that will allow for easy exchanges and transactions to take place within the network, all this happening across the different blockchain networks, as well as between different blockchains at the same time.
Ever since they were able to obtain the full DLT License that is from the GFSC, also referred to as the Gibraltar Finance Services Commissions. As a result, the GBX-DAX will become the very first insured and regulated Digital Asset Exchange one that will be owned by the traditional stock exchange, which is the GSX, Gibraltar Stock Exchange.
As a user on the GBX-DAX, you will have access to the growing catalog that consists of very high profile digital assets and also has the opportunity in participating in a token economy in an environment that has been built on good governance plus the best practices that have been brought over by the EU-regulated by the GSX.