BTSE Exchange Announces Listings of DOT and ATOM

We are pleased to announce the arrival of two more tokens to BTSE Exchange – DOT and ATOM. Both tokens will be made available for spot trading in addition to deposits and withdrawals. 

We are excited to announce Polkadot, otherwise known as DOT, to BTSE Exchange available for spot trading. Polkadot is a decentralized token built particularly for DeFi services and BTSE is pleased to make DOT available to all our users.

We are also adding the listing of ATOM to our spot exchange. ATOM is a token used by the Cosmos consensus hub as a part of a Layer 1 blockchain ecosystem. 

What is Polkadot?

There is currently a massive majority of DeFi users only on Ethereum and thus 95% of decentralized finance is using only one chain for all their needs and services. This leads to numerous long term repercussions including a congested network, exponential fees, lack of innovation, and a dependency on one chain which can make things easier for attacks. Polkadot is a seperate, decentralized blockchain by the Web3 Foundation which will allow for cross-blockchain transfers of any data type including currency, tokens, or information. 

Polkadot also allows people to easily create Layer 2 chains on the network, which scales innovation in DeFi and creates a broader crypto network that doesn’t rely on one single chain. This is a bridge to true interoperability that is needed for the future of DeFi. Other features within Polkadot is the ability to prevent forks for the purpose of maintaining its community in addition to the bonding of parachains. The DOT token is directly involved in the features of bonding, with other main features including governance and staking. 

Cosmos Explained 

Atom, otherwise known as its official name Cosmos, is a distributed ledger technology that uses a multiple of parallel blockchains that operate on a Byzantine Fault Tolerance consensus. Cosmos was created from the ground up to work as an independent ecosystem. This ecosystem can run on its own or with other DeFi chains like Ethereum and Polkadot. As a chain like Ethereum needs other chains to operate on a Layer 3 level (interoperability), Atom can already achieve this. 

Atom has a lot of major players working under its ecosystem as well like Band Protocol, Binance Chain, and Kava. 

The multiple blockchains that make up Cosmos are called zones, which help govern the ecosystem through a process called inter-blockchain communication (IBC). The main blockchain in the system is called Cosmos Hub, which is a multi-asset proof of stake cryptocurrency, which is manifested by the token named Atom. This token helps the system adapt and upgrade as necessary. 


About BTSE Exchange 

As our spot availability grows, we are more considerate of how the crypto market is growing toward DeFi and the future of decentralized finance. It is evident that DeFi is a growing, promising trend that all users can identify with and use. BTSE Exchange is committed to bringing the best to its users to help the cryptocurrency space grow.

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