Kraken now lists two new assets: Users can trade Cardano (ADA) and Qtum (QTUM) at the crypto exchange on Friday.
Many crypto enthusiasts are likely to enjoy the news from the crypto-market Kraken: From Friday, September 28, Cardano and Qtum will be available on the platform.
The following times are given by the provider:
PST: Friday. September 28 at 6 pm
EST: Friday, September 28 at 9 am
UTC: Friday, September 28th at 1pm
Kraken himself points out that these times may still change and the start can be delayed.
Cardano offers ADA / USD, ADA / EUR, ADA / CAD, ADA / XBT and ADA / ETH trading pairs. Users can exchange QTUM for USD, EUR, CAD, XBT and ETH. The current announcement has brought the prices of Cardano and Qtum slightly higher. While ADA is currently up 4.53 percent compared to the previous day, QTUM is even 4.95 percent.
Cardano is experiencing a successful month
For Cardano, the month is successful: Bittrex launched the cryptocurrency in early September. In addition, the recording of Kraken is a premature birthday present, so to speak. On September 29, 2017, the Cardano platform officially launched.
According to Cardano CEO Charles Hoskinson, some announcements are due to be made that day. Among other things, the Infinito Mobile Wallet is expected to be launched.
Cardano is a blockchain designed for smart contracts, remote apps and sidechains. Coins in their own currency ADA can be mined using a proof-of-stakes algorithm, the consensus mechanism is carried out using the votes of the coin holders.
Qtum takes a similar approach. The platform is optimized for DApps as well as Smart Contracts on the Blockchain. The QTUM coin is also obtained via a proof of stake algorithm, mining has no relevance. Technically, Qtum combines Bitcoin’s architecture with Ethereum’s features.
Kraken is one of the largest crypto exchanges worldwide. Founded in 2011, the platform offers trading in Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), DASH, Gnostic (GNO) and Dogecoin (DOGE).
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