The second largest crypto exchange by adjusted trading volume OKEx has started listing Tron on its customer-to-customer market.
Malta-based cryptocurrency exchange OKEx has began listing Tron (TRX) on its customer-to-customer (C2C) trading market, according to a press release shared with Cointelegraph on March 7.
OKEx’s decentralized C2C trading platform enables users to trade digital assets directly with each other, much like a peer-to-peer (p2p) model. On the platform, users are able to place orders with self-selected exchange rates and payment methods including cryptocurrencies and fiat currencies such as British pounds, Chinese renminbi, Vietnamese dong, Russian rubles and Thai baht. Following the listing, the exchange will launch several promotional events for users trading TRX.
In late February, OKEx started listing Ripple (XRP) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) on its C2C platform. At the same time, OKEx announced the delisting of three cryptocurrencies: NEO (NEO), QTUM (QTUM) and Exchange Union (XUC).
Also last month, OKEx added four new crypto derivative pairs to its platform, enabling users to trade Bitcoin SV (BSV), QTUM, DASH (DASH) and NEO against Bitcoin or Tether on margin with a 3x leverage option.
OKEx is currently the second largest cryptocurrency exchange by adjusted trade volume, according to CoinMarketCap. The exchange’s adjusted trade volume at press time is $809 million.
TRX is currently the 10th major cryptocurrency by market capitalization. At press time, the coin is trading at around $0.023, having lost about 1.4 percent over the last 24 hours.