ZGexchange, the blockchain digital asset trading platform has announced that SUN will be now available for trading under the ZGexchange.
Users of ZGexchange will be able to buy, sell and trade SUN/BTC on their accounts.
— SUN.IO (@defi_sunio) November 9, 2020
What is ZGexchange?
ZG.com is a blockchain digital asset trading platform that is operated by a team that has such expertise in system security, ultrahigh loading at millisecond levels, and finance.
The company is registered in Singapore and they have global offices in different countries such as the US, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
ZGexchange currently supports tokens with large circulation volumes such as BTC, ETH, BCH, EOS, and their very own ZG token.
There’re six types of futures to trade with, namely BTC Swap, ETH Swap, EOS Swap, BCH Swap, LTC Swap, and XRP Swap.
— ZG.com (@ZGexchange) September 17, 2020
Their platform assures their customers about their high-performance millisecond-level trading technology which allows users to trade in real-time and their systems have the capacity to process 5 million orders per second, which they claim to be faster than the majority of other cryptocurrency exchanges.
ZG also has kernel-level security of operating system which adopts the advanced multi-layer, multi-cluster system structure. The mentioned multi-layer structural system can increase performance, security, reliability, and scalability of the system.
What is SUN?
SUN is a social experiment and it focuses on the DeFi potential of TRON. It is designed as the quintessential Bitcoin equivalent on the TRON network.
With the listing of SUN under the ZGexchange, it shows the impressive progress of SUN after being launched just a few months ago and how optimistic the future can be for SUN. As we all remember SUN has no VC investments, no PE investments, no pre-mining or reserves for the team, and is wholly operated by the SUN community through its open-source smart contracts and it started as a social experiment that turned into an amazing DeFi project of TRON.
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