Freshly developed BitTorrent (BTT) token is gaining more than expected attention in the crypto space. The token has already been listed by some significant exchange platforms like Binance and Bitfinex. After such achievement of the coin, holders of Tron (TRX) received a series of additional airdrops. Recently, the token has received support from one more major exchange that is Bithumb.
BitTorrent’s token network is built on Tron’s blockchain protocol. BTT’s token sale was successfully conducted with the help of Binance Launchpad in January. After crypto giants like Binance and Bitfinex, the latest announcement for BTT support is made by huge South Korean crypto exchange Bithumb. In this week, the exchange declared that the platform will be adding the BTT token to its coin listing. The exchange has announced through its official Twitter account. The Tweet details that the exchange has started accepting BTT deposits from February 19 :
#BTT) will listed on Bithumb!
— Bithumb (@BithumbOfficial) February 19, 2019
Bithumb has also provided support for the BTT airdrop. BTT token has been featured on the exchange with an added incentive of an airdrop worth 100 Million BTT. The airdrop event will last till the 21st of February. Apart from the Airdrop, the exchange will be issuing extra BTT tokens to those who deposit their BTT on the exchange.
BitTorrent token [BTT], the newly launched coin has been growing since the huge pump on February 18. The token had a value of $0.00012 at the time of sale. And now its value is at $0.00943, giving its initial investors a profit of 685%. By reading this BitTorrent prediction page, you will know that the coin is expected to lay good results for long-time investors.
Based on TRC-10 protocol, BTT is a token created to deal with the BitTorrent protocol. Notably, BitTorrent holds a large userbase of 100 million regular customers. Additionally, BTT aims to bring ease and enhance the efficiency of sharing files and other resources. Apart from Bithumb, another leading exchange platform Huobi has extended its support for BTT, according to an announcement on 18th February.