BSV now listed on KuCoin exchange

BSV now listed on KuCoin exchange

BSV is now listed on KuCoin, a popular cryptocurrency exchange. Bitcoin SV will now be available to over 5 million users who use KuCoin and they can trade BSV against USDT, ETH and BTC.

Established in September 2017, KuCoin has seen massive growth to become a top crypto trading platform, offering one of the most diverse ranges of cryptos in the market. The exchange is backed by tech-giant IDG and Matrix Partners and offers its services in over 100 countries.

Market monitoring platform Coins Flare announced the listing on Twitter:

KuCoin joins a growing list of platforms that now facilitate the seamless trading of BSV. OKEx, one of the world’s largest crypto exchange now offers daily settlement for BSV futures contracts. The move is aimed at optimizing user experience, especially with the rapid growth that BSV has experienced in the past few months.

In Brazil, 3xbit, a local crypto exchange, listed BSV earlier this year. The exchange was responding to a surge in the demand of BSV in the Latin American country. With Brazilians steadily taking to crypto as an alternative to the legacy payment systems, BSV has established itself as the leading crypto in the Latin American region.

More recently, ViaBTC made BSV one of the default currency options in its mobile wallet, while  Huobi Global rolled out a new BSV/HUSD trading pair, making BSV available for all of their customers to purchase.

Jack Liu-founded company Relay also announced a new service called Relay Instant that allows fast, zero-confirmation Bitcoin transactions. With this service, users of RelayX wallet, Money Button and Relay’s ONE Button in several countries can send BSV deposits to FloatSV and OKEx in under two minutes.

BSV, which recently celebrated the first year anniversary of the Bitcoin Independence Day, is becoming ever easier to access across the globe. More exchanges are coming onboard and offering BSV trading in response to the growing appetite for the original Bitcoin from their users, while those that delisted BSV may have to go back on their decision soon.

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