Bittrex will close access to 32 assets to US users and conduct IEO of the STPT project
Bittrex cryptocurrency exchange will limit the list of assets available for trading on its platform to American clients. On June 21, 32 assets will be migrated from the core of the Bittrex trading platform to the Bittrex International platform, to which US customers do not have access.
After that date, US users will no longer be able to trade the specified assets, but will be able to use Bittrex wallets to store them. Users from other regions with access to the Bittrex International platform will still be able to trade all of the assets listed on the exchange.
Bittrex International was launched late last year on the pretext that a dedicated trading platform would allow the company to list individual tokens faster.
Also on June 11, the Standard Tokenization Protocol (STPT) initial exchange offering (IEO) will take place on the Bittrex International platform. STPT is developing a smart contract platform that allows the issuance of digital tokens in compliance with applicable regulatory requirements in many jurisdictions around the world.
The project intends to raise up to $ 750,000 through this IEO. The maximum investment limit for one investor will be $ 2,500. As in previous campaigns on Bittrex, only bitcoins are accepted for the purchase of STPT tokens.
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