Meet 4 new coins on OpenLedger DEX

February 22, 2018
OpenLedger DEX

Dear OL users, we are glad to announce that from today WAX ,CAT, ECH and BAR coin are tradable on the OpenLedger Dex!

WAX is a decentralized platform that enables anyone to operate a fully functioning virtual marketplace with zero investment in security, infrastructure, or payment processing. Developed by the founders of OPSkins, the world’s leading marketplace for online video game assets, WAX is designed to serve the 400+ million online players who already collect, buy and sell in-game items.

Bitclave (CAT) – anti-Google search engine, where all the money goes directly to the users.

On the BitClave Active Search Ecosystem (BASE), customers control their identity, decide who has access to their data, and are “paid” in CAT tokens each time businesses “use” their data to make them offers.

Etherecash (ECH) is a revolution in the world of finance. With a sheer vision to improve the 3 core functions of finance i.e. Lend, Send and Spend. The concept of Etherecash integrates lawyer-backed Smart Contracts on the Ethereum Blockchain. It is designed to bring a sense of trust, transparency and security to all financial transactions.

Titanium Blockchain (BAR) – Imagine being able to set up an enterprise level infrastructure for a global company from a tablet in your living room, without spending any time installing rack servers, routers, load balancers, or any other network components beyond what is needed to access the network.

With TBIS’ proprietary Company as a Service™ (CaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), every device, from enterprise level on down, can be virtualized. Routers, firewalls, and specialized equipment such as cryptocurrency miners can exist in an entirely cloud-based environment based on the decentralized Ethereum blockchain.

To learn more, please visit official web-sites:
https://wax.iо
https://www.bitclave.cоm
http://etherecash.io
https://tbis.iо

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