Bitcoin SV has been added to the NiceHash exchange, with the platform responding to growing user demand for access to BSV.
Founded in 2014, NiceHash is now the world’s largest hash power broker, providing crypto miners with flexible hash power on demand. Its exchange platform allows miners to exchange and trade cryptocurrencies, as well as serving investors looking to convert to and from major digital currencies.
— NiceHash (@NiceHashMining) November 20, 2019
In a blog post announcing the move, NiceHash said BSV was now available at the exchange, with two separate options for trading and exchanging bitcoin through the platform.
Bitcoin SV (BSV) is now available at NiceHash Exchange (BSV / BTC trading pair). You have two options for trading or exchanging Bitcoin SV at NiceHash: Simple View…[which] allows you to quickly swap different cryptocurrencies…[and] Trade View…[which] will take you to NiceHash fully featured cryptocurrency exchange. Here you can place more complex types of orders and to learn more about NiceHash exchange.
The news sees NiceHash become the latest in a series of exchanges to on-board BSV in recent weeks. On Nov. 20, it was announced that BSV had been added to the KuCoin exchange. With over 5 million users worldwide, KuCoin allows investors to buy and sell bitcoin pairs, including against USDT, ETH, and BTC. It follows from the decision by OKEx to offer daily settlement on BSV futures contracts, alongside leading Brazilian exchange 3xbit.
ViaBTC, meanwhile, took the decision to include BSV as one of its default cryptocurrencies for its mobile wallet app, while Huobi Global launched its own BSV pair, accessible to all client accounts through the exchange platform.
With NiceHash the latest to come on board, it carries on the upwards trajectory of BSV over recent months, as it continues to be used by consumers, merchants and developers alike.
The only cryptocurrency true to Satoshi’s originally whitepaper vision of Bitcoin, the move comes ahead of the definitive technical upgrade to BSV scheduled for February 2020, which will complete the restoration of BSV to Bitcoin’s true origin.
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