Per the announcement, users can already start depositing funds before trading commences at 9:00 p.m. EST tomorrow.
Cosmos provides a blockchain-based platform that works as a mediator between different blockchains. It launched its first ecosystem hub in March 2019 after raising $17.3 million in its token sale in April 2017.
Neo is a decentralized open-source blockchain application platform. In September, Neo became the first blockchain member of Microsoft’s open-source project, the .NET Foundation.
At press time, NEO is up by 4.32% to trade at $10.87, while ATOM is trading sideways, down 0.23% to trade at $3.10.
Binance lists SEC-compliant token for $250,000 “long-term payment”
Earlier this week, Binance’s main platform listed Blockstack’s STX token when the firm paid Binance a $250,000 “long-term payment” to ensure that the token remains listed on the platform. A filing with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) from Blockstack reveals that Binance received 833,333 STX, which at the $0.30 token valuation provided by the company is equivalent to $250,000.
Binance states that it did not charge a listing fee to Blockstack and that the marketing payment was Blockstacks’ initiative.
STX’s listing on Binance follows a $23 million token sale that was approved by the SEC under Regulation A+. An A+ funding round is a type of initial public offering for startups in need of early funding in which members of the public can participate.