OKCoin, a San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange, will now offer token-to-token and token-to-token trading services to residents in seven U.S. states.
OKCoin expands service in the U.S. On September 5, OKCoin, one of the top cryptocurrency exchanges, announced that it’s trading services are now available in seven new states: Arkansas, Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi, Coin, Utah and Wisconsin, which have been added to a list of areas already in the U.S.
Expansion to Europe Cointelegraph reported in early June that OKCoin had decided to offer services to non-U.S. clients, and since then they have been able to deposit and withdraw euros as well as participate in spot trading in euros in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum. (ETH) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH).
In addition to expanding trade services in Europe, OKCoin has opened an office in Malta.
As Cointelegraph reported yesterday, OKCoin promised to invest up to 1,000 bitcoins in the development of Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and Bitcoin SV (BSV).
The initiative called Let’s Build Bitcoin Together is asking cryptocurrency enthusiasts to go to the OKCoin platform and vote for projects they want to receive donations.