Circle, a crypto asset firm based in Boston had acquired Poloniex exchange on February 25th, exactly a year ago. Circle is celebrating its 1st anniversary considering this day as a remarkable memory to cherish. The anniversary proves the bond and togetherness between the two exchange firms.
Not getting trapped into traditional gift idea for the celebration, the crypto exchange USA platform has chosen to give their customers a big 50% off on the trading fees for the exchange platform!! The highly reduced fees will be applicable from midnight on Tuesday (0:00 UTC). Also, you can trade with the 50% reduced fee till 23:59 UTC on Tuesday. To share the moment, the exchange platform took to Twitter,
Tomorrow marks the one year anniversary of Circle welcoming Poloniex to the family.
To celebrate, we’re offering 50% off trading fees all day! https://t.co/9lYFyYrfXV
— Poloniex Exchange (@Poloniex) February 25, 2019
In Circle’s blog post, it notes that at the time when it acquired Poloniex, they promised continuous improvement. Circle claims that it has given much of the last year to bring Poloniex on a stronger foundation. The blog post reveals that users can expect more outcomes in the coming weeks and months as Circle has just carried out technical upgrades for the platform. The exchange notes that it will add such features that will make “Poloniex easy — and fun — to use.” All in all, Circle will be offering a better onboarding experience for users, with more assets having “a meaningful contribution to the crypto ecosystem.”
Circle has concluded the blog with a link, using which one can give suggestions to add a feature or a crypto asset. Circle is a US-based peer-to-peer payment service provider firm. The company was established in October 2013, by Jeremy Allaire and Sean Neville. Circle Pay, a mobile payment platform of Circle enables users to hold, send, and receive traditional fiat currencies.
Circle’s acquisition Poloniex is a crypto exchange platform based in Massachusetts and was found in 2014. Recently, Poloniex added a privacy coin named GRIN on its exchange platform.