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NEO and Gas Will Be Added to Cryptocurrency Exchange Cobinhood

NEO and Gas keep expanding their market and audience. The decentralized and first cryptocurrency exchanges without fees, Cobinhood, will add NEO and Gas to its platform. The information has been released by Cobinhood in a blog post on march the 28th.

Cobinhood Adds NEO and Gas

NEO and Gas will be listed on April the 6th at UTC+0. Withdrawals will be enabled later this month, on April the 13th. The trading pairs for these two cryptocurrencies will be NEO/BTC, NEO/ETH, NEO/USDT, and GAS/BTC, GAS/ETH, and GAS/USDT.

NEO is being considered by many analysts as the Ethereum of China, due to the fact that it operates mainly in the Chinese country. Of course, the company is trying to expand its operations all over the world, and it is having good results.

NEO has a functioning platform that allows several dApps to operate on top of the NEO blockchain. Other cryptocurrencies like Eos (EOS) or Tron (TRX), are still being developed and do not offer a finished product as of today.

Cobinhood has passed the cryptocurrency exchange password power rankings with 5 stars. Binance, Bitfinex and Bitstamp, for example, acquired 4 stars. Other exchanges like OKEx and Poloniex just acquired two stars.

In a message uploaded to its website, cobinhood explains:

“At Cobinhood, we continually update our services to accommodate the growing needs of our users and the ever-changing blockchain technology and cryptocurrency landscape. Cobinhood is committed to support and drive the industry forward, which is why we will adjust of current token listing and trading pair to ensure that we can provide the best possible experience for our discerning customers.”

Cobinhood accepts several cryptocurrencies at the moment, and it is constantly trying to add support to new tokens and virtual currencies. Another cryptocurrency that was added to Cobinhood at the same time that NEO and Gas was Bitcoin Cash (BCH).

Furthermore, Cobinhood announced the creation of corporate accounts which will allow enterprises or individuals to increase withdrawal limits, eliminate deposit limits, and it will create a dedicated account manager designated to these users.