Voltaire, a cryptocurrency exchange specially developed for Bitcoin Cash (BCH), will launch trading, deposits, and withdrawals of Bitcoin SV (BSV) soon.
Voltaire.Cash, a London-based exchange specialized for Bitcoin Cash (BCH), will accept Bitcoin SV (BSV) as a new trading option in the near future.
Bitcoin SV, a forked cryptocurrency from the Bitcoin Cash network, will be available in a couple of weeks as a trading pair with BCH.
Semyon Germanovich, Voltaire founder, said:
“… We look forward to introducing a BSV/BCH trading pair in the next couple of weeks.”
BSV trading, deposits and withdrawals will be available on Voltaire soon.
— Voltaire (@HelloVoltaire) December 17, 2018
Current and interested BSV holders would enjoy trading in this fast and secure exchange as fees on Voltaire are some of the cheapest in the industry.
Takers are charged with a 0.2 percent fee while makers are charged with nothing. In addition, BSV—as well as BCH—can be deposited and withdrawn for free. However, the Bitcoin withdrawals cost 0.0001 BTC.
The crypto community seemed to have spurred Voltaire into adding the controversial Bitcoin Cash hard fork, which is currently the ninth largest crypto with a market capitalization of US$1.5 billion.
Germanovich explained further:
“We implemented SV because our users were asking us for it. It’s apparent that BSV is a popular coin and will continue to gain traction. We look forward to listing BSV in the coming couple of weeks to introduce the BSV/BCH trading pair.”
Meanwhile, Voltaire is preparing for the following months as the exchange promised to implement a number of welcome improvements. One of them is the addition of 0-conf (zero-confirmation) deposits, margin trading, advanced trading tools, and more to the platform.
Another improvement is the introduction of digital coins like Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), and Dogecoin (DOGE) into Voltaire.
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