BTSE Lists ACH and HIGH

BTSE Lists ACH and HIGH

BTSE Lists ACH and HIGH

BTSE is pleased to bring Alchemy Pay (ACH) and Highstreet (HIGH) onto its platform, growing the selection of quality digital assets available to its users:

Alchemy Pay (ACH)

ACH is native to Alchemy Pay, a payment solutions provider founded in Singapore that connects fiat and crypto economies for consumers, merchants, developers, and institutions globally. It provides online and offline merchants with convenient acceptance of both fiat and crypto, enables easy onboarding to blockchain ecosystems, and makes DeFi services highly accessible. Its utility token, ACH, is an ERC-20 token that can be used to pay transaction fees, lower transaction costs and for rewards on the network. 

ACH currently has a circulating supply of around 4.54 billion tokens out of a total of 10 billion, trading at $0.014 as of June 9, 2022.

Trade ACH.

Highstreet (HIGH)

HIGH is native to Highstreet, a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) and commerce-centered metaverse, allowing physical products to be traded as non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Every item sold on Highstreet is presented in both digital and physical formats connected by a product token, providing users a fully phygital experience. Its native token, HIGH, can be used to purchase items on its marketplace, buy real estate in the Highstreet metaverse, and earn a part of transaction fees by staking HIGH tokens into the liquidity pool.

HIGH currently has a total supply of 100 million, at a price of $1.98 as of June 9, 2022.

Trade HIGH.

 

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