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New Layer 2 tokens listed on start trading MATIC, ARB, IMX and OP

We are excited to announce the expansion of our trading options with the highly anticipated listing of four leading Layer 2 scaling solutions: Polygon (MATIC), Arbitrum (ARB), Immutable X (IMX) and Optimism (OP)!

Faster transactions, lower fees πŸ™Œ

These innovative Layer 2 protocols offer a much-needed solution to scalability challenges the Ethereum network faces. By processing transactions off-chain, they enable significantly faster and more cost-effective transactions, opening up new possibilities for users and developers alike.

MATIC, ARB, IMX and OP are now available for deposits, withdrawals and trading in pairs on MATIC/USDT, ARB/USDT, IMX/USDT and OP/USDT.

Ⓜ️ Polygon (MATIC): a well-established Layer 2 scaling platform known for its fast and secure transactions, Polygon facilitates a thriving ecosystem of decentralised applications (dApps) across various sectors.

πŸ…°οΈ Arbitrum (ARB): a highly secure Layer 2 solution built on Optimistic Rollups, Arbitrum offers scalability while maintaining Ethereum’s robust security model.

❌ Immutable X (IMX): specifically designed for NFT trading, Immutable X boasts near-instant transactions and zero gas fees, making it a haven for NFT enthusiasts and creators.

πŸ…ΎοΈ Optimism (OP): a secured Layer 2 scaling solution utilising Optimistic Rollups, Optimism empowers developers to build scalable dApps while benefiting from Ethereum’s security.

The addition of these Layer 2 tokens underscores our commitment to providing you with access to the latest and most innovative blockchain technologies. With faster transactions and lower fees, these listings pave the way for a more accessible and dynamic DeFi landscape. Start trading today!



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