On 20th September, Gemini Exchange, one of the leading cryptocurrency exchanges around the world, announced that its stable coin, Gemini Dollar [GUSD] will be available for trading on the cryptocurrency exchange, HitBTC.
HitBTC has also displayed a strong support to the Winklevoss twins’ Gemini Dollar. They announced on Twitter:
“HitBTC strongly supports the concept and philosophy of stablecoins. And today we’re happy to open markets for the Gemini Dollar ($GUSD), on HitBTC.”
The exchange also informed its users that the trading of Gemini Dollar [GUSD] will begin at 20:30 UTC on 20th September. The exchange platform stated that the stable coin will be available for trading with Bitcoin [BTC], Ethereum [ETH], Tether [USDT] and EOS.
The recently launched Gemini Dollar is believed to be the bridge between the fast-paced cryptocurrency world and the traditional fiat payment system. Earlier this month, the Winklevoss twins owned Gemini exchange had announced that the stable coin will soon be listed on Bibox, an Artifical Intelligence [AI]-enhanced cryptocurrency exchange platform. They announced:
“The Gemini dollar is now global. Bibox has announced plans to list the Gemini dollar!”
Moreover, Gemini announced that they will be listing Litecoin [LTC], one of the biggest cryptocurrency, on their platform in response to a Twitterati’s inquiry.
Investa One, a cryptocurrency enthusiast said:
“Well done in creating the Gemini dollar.. maybe some people underestimate the value this will create for the entireecosystem.. nice work.”
BitcoinGuru, responded to Tyler Winklevoss’ tweet.:
“Comon Tyler, why do you support such a scammy exchange? Tons of people got ripped off using HitBTC.”
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