NDAX Announces Support of EOS

National Digital Asset Exchange (NDAX), Canada’s newest regulated cryptocurrency exchange, has announced they will be adding support for EOS effective Monday, August 24, 2018.

Similar to Ethereum in function, EOS is a blockchain platform designed to make production of high performance decentralized applications (dapps) fast, simple and scalable. Exceeding a billion dollar market capitalization, EOS leads the pack in blockchain activity ahead of both Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH).

NDAX is the first exchange in Canada to offer the EOS/CAD trading pair, a feature that is absent among two of its major rivals, QuadrigaCX and Coinsquare. EOS is the sixth cryptocurrency listed on NDAX after Bitcoin (BTC), Ripple (XRP), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH).

The EOS project is led by an experienced management and development team and boasts Co-Founder Daniel Larimer. Daniel is also a founder of the largest smart businesses in the blockchain ecosystem today – BitShares and Steem – and is the inventor of Delegated Proof of Stake (DPOS), the backbone community of which the EOS network is built on.

Thanks to the listing on NDAX, EOS has become available to crypto enthusiasts across Canada. The EOS project continues to amaze the global crypto community with its major milestones and achievements, striving towards its ultimate goal to create a borderless world and pushing its innovations to the forefront of this space.

Funding and withdrawing Canadian dollars from your crypto trading account has never been more seamless. NDAX Canadian banking ensures client deposits stay in Canada and allows users to instantly fund their account in the most secure manner through its Anti-Money Laundering (AML) compliance and FINTRAC regulations.

Looking to learn more about Canada’s newest regulated digital asset exchange? Visit www.ndax.io to sign up and start trading today. Don’t forget to join the growing communities on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Telegram.

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