Poloniex, one of the world’s One of the largest crypto exchanges announces support for Ethereum Merge with listing of two potential forked ETH tokens: ETHS & ETHW, with Start date for trading: August 8.
Poloniex is a crypto-currency exchange that has been around for more than eight years. been always supporting the Ethereum community that it was the world’s first List ETH on crypto exchange Although time goes by, the exchange’s support The community is unchanged by the fact that it was also the first to exchange. To show your full support for the Ethereum merge, list potential forked Ethereum Tokens: ETHS & ETHW. These tokens are the new PoS. PoW (proofs-of-work), and PoS (proofs-of-stakes) chains, respectively.
“We’ve witnessed the consensus mechanism of PoW as a key factor driving We are committed to the continued expansion of the Ethereum ecosystem. support the development of the community.” H.E. Justin Sun, founder of TRON, Poloniex investor, made the announcement via Twitter. “We Currently, we have over 1 million ETH. If the Ethereum hard fork succeeds We will donate some forked Ethereum to the community and developers in order to help them build. the Ethereum ecosystem.”
Poloniex ETH holders can trade before the official Ethereum upgrade. Their ETH will be converted into one of the aforementioned tokens at a 1:1 ratio. will also take corresponding measures to safeguard users’ assets and Reduce the risk of market volatility during the merger
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Poloniex, a global cryptocurrency trading platform, was launched in January 2014. It received funding for 2019 due to its top-quality trading platform, security, and other features. H.E. Justin Sun, founder of TRON. Poloniex allows spot and futures trading and leveraged tokens. Its services are available in almost 100 countries and regions. There are many languages to choose from, including English and Turkish.