Cryptocurrencies are gaining momentum with every passing moment. Where the financial heads are pondering over the risks associated with the digital currencies, the crypto firms are focusing on expanding their business span.
Listing of cryptocurrencies on popular crypto exchanges adds an element of trust and security to their account. In an attempt to gain more investors, Mogu Tech has partnered with China’s reputed multi-cryptocurrency exchange platform, CoinTiger to get its digital coin, MOGX, listed on its platform.
Mogu Tech is a successful Asia-Pacific based technology firm that is rendering services in the field of micro cloud infrastructure and technology services space.
Based on the official announcement by Mogu Tech firm, MOGX will be added to the network of CoinTiger on September 5, 2019, at 16:00 (GMT +8).
📢3 MORE DAYS to the Listing of MOGX!📢
We are excited to be partnering with CoinTiger, and celebrate our upcoming MOGX listing on 5th September, 2019 at 16:00 (GMT+8). Get ready for Mogu Token’s Listing!
— Mogu (@MoguTech) September 3, 2019
The Details Of MOGX Listing:
- Project Name- Mogu
- Name of the Token- MOGX
- Type of the Token- ERC-20 Token
- Total Supply- 1,000,000,000 MOGX
- Trading Pair- MOGX/USDT
About CoinTiger Cryptocurrency Exchange:
Founded in 2017, CoinTiger is a popular cryptocurrency exchange centered in China. The exchange platform aims to facilitate secure, trustworthy, and easy trading transactions that attract crypto enthusiasts. Available in an array of languages, it is a user-friendly network that operates on various platforms including iOS and Android.
Presently, CoinTiger stands tall with a strong base of over two million registered users involved in trading volume of over $800 million daily.
CoinTiger attracted quite a lot of attention from the blockchain arena when it organized an offline exchange conference in Shanghai to highlight its Unicorn Booster scheme.
The conference was graced by some notable experts who shared their views on the challenges and opportunities concerning digital currencies in their keynote speeches.