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BitXMI Goes Live With Trading From Saturday

BXMI (Courtesy: Official)
BXMI (Courtesy: Official)

Singapore-based exchange BitXMI has gone live with their trading after their successful completion of the Initial Exchange Offering (IEO). The trading was launched on Saturday, with the organisation seeing a lot of footfall, as investors took keen interest in it.

BitXMI aims to deliver the best for its investors and traders. But let us have a detailed look at some of the benefits of the cryptocurrency exchange.

In a world of digital currency, where scams are on a high and reported more often than not, BitXMI ensures that their team is always transparent in their interactions with clients. They also have a fixed commission which is 0.1% more than the buyer.

The transaction can also be made alternatively through 100% of trading fees using the platform’s native token – BXMI. The minimum commission will be from 1 BXMI.

According to their official website, quality service on which financial transactions are performed cannot function without interest payments from traders or investors. It is a must as the necessity is to pay the developers, marketers, employees of the financial department, consultants, etc as commissions are taken for the same.

Earlier, BitXMI had offered at least 2 million hard caps. Out of which, all of them have been released, at the offered price of $0.10, which marks a success for the exchange. It took them hardly one week to sell off all their tokens.

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