The beginning of 2020 was quite stressful for most cryptocurrency exchanges. On January 10, 2020, the 5th Anti Money Laundering (AML) Directive took effect. Some platforms announced their closure, while some threw all their strength into the struggle to meet the new requirements. This article will tell you how to win this battle.
EXMO, recognised as Eastern Europe's largest cryptocurrency exchange, has just announced the second round of IEO, as well as the launch of stop orders. EXM internal token is scheduled to go on sale on October 3, 2019, at 17:00 (UTC +3) with a 5% discount applicable during the first three days.
In late 2017, the lead analyst of cryptocurrency exchange EXMO, Pavel Lerner, was kidnapped in Ukraine. On December 26th, men wearing dark-colored clothes and balaclavas forced him into a car and drove away. Lerner resurfaced only three days later, having paid a ransom to the kidnappers.
Token sales are, although a great way to generate funds, risky due to the volatile nature of the market, creating an air of uncertainty about future performance. Organizations and platforms that require funds utilize this method for money generation put a lot on the line, the foremost being their reputation.
The EXMO cryptocurrency platform announces the integration of the globally recognized payment system - Skrill. The platform’s users have been enabled to make deposits to their accounts on the exchange in USD, EUR, PLN via Visa and MasterCard with immediate effect.
Cryptocurrency trading has finally come into the limelight, and employs more and more instruments that belong in the traditional world of finance. Such are margin trading and margin loans. So far, a few cryptocurrency exchanges have been offering margin trading on their platforms, allowing users to borrow funds from each other to trade on a bigger scale.