Huobi Global, one of the prominent digital asset exchange platforms in the world, successfully captured the attention of the entire crypto community by introducing Huobi Prime Lite yesterday. What’s more interesting is that in its first ever trading round, the platform sold as many as 33 million Thunder Tokens to 26,472 users. Undoubtedly, Huobi Global has marked a huge success with the inaugural launch of its latest offering Prime Lite.
Huobi Global took to Twitter to share this exciting update with its global follower base of crypto enthusiasts on 9th May 2019.
ThunderCore is the very first project to get listed on the platform of Huobi Prime Lite. The project has Thunder Tokens, or TT as they are referred to, as its native tokens. The announcement also stated that now it was possible for users to trade TT with HT easily on Huobi Global exchange.
Huobi’s newest offering Prime Lite is yet another accelerated platform that focusses on launching the upcoming superior quality digital tokens. It is considered as a streamlined edition of Huobi Prime, the pioneering coin launch platform introduced earlier by Huobi Global. The primary mission of Prime Lite is to boost the number of quality vetted coins to a significantly wider group of crypto traders through its platform. Click here to know more about the best crypto exchanges in detail.
In the words of Livio Weng, Huobi Global’s CEO, this new development is one more huge step for both Huobi and its users. Continuing further, Weng said that they are excited to have a strong team of ThunderCore as their partners.
The ThunderCore Project asserts to provide the global crypto traders with greater transaction throughputs of as many as 1,200 transactions per second, compatibility with EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine), as well as faster confirmation times. The project is incepted by Chris Wang, Rafael Pass, and Elaine Shi. While both Rafael and Elaine who are noted Cryptographic experts are active as scientists at the company, Chris heads the project as the CEO. Prior to this, Chris had co-established Playdom, a company involved in social gaming, back in 2008. Playdom was later obtained by Disney in 2010 for 500 million dollars.