United Kingdom-based digital currency prime brokerage service provider, Bequant, has added Cardano (ADA) trading pairs to its Exchange Platform.
The full-service digital assets prime brokerage with a reputable multi-exchange trading platform says the Cardano new pairs it added would offer professional traders with unmatched selections to one of the cryptocurrency market’s top 10 digital assets.
Bequant’s newly added Cardano pairs include a selection of digital assets and fiat. Cardano is paired to 2 fiat currency, which includes the United States dollar and Euro.
For the digital assets pairing, ADA is paired to TUSD, DAI, USDT, EOS, ETH and Bitcoin (BTC).
The Bequant team believes Cardano is going to increase its commitment to traders and will keep the list of pairs on the exchange growing.
“Cardano’s pairs are a welcome addition to our growing list of the markets best performing digital assets,” George Zarya, CEO of Bequant.
Cardano to us PwC for Commercialization
The Cardano Foundation, in its bid to increase the adoption of Cardano blockchain, is already employing the service of PwC for effective commercialization ideas to make the network a top priority for innovators in different industries.
Updating the Cardano community a few days back, Charles Hoskinso, CEO of IOHK, an official partner of the Cardano Foundation, said work is seriously ongoing with PwC and McCann, an official promoter of Cardano blockchain, to realize the commercialization of the Cardano network.
He also said the update on Jormungandr will be delayed until a key release alongside Daedalus and the wallet backend is made on Friday 14th February, 2020.
He said the release is to heighten stability while also solving problems associated with Daedalus as revealed in feedbacks it got.
Hoskinson said the OBFT hard fork is to be achieved on the 20th of February, 2020. This February, the Cardano Foundation is announcing the launch date of the Shelley mainnet, and this is expected to happen at an event in Kyoto, Japan.