Bridge Oracle celebrates the New Year by announcing the launch of BRG token on the prestigious KuCoin Exchange. 

Feb. 23, 2021 — Bridge Oracle is thrilled to announce the upcoming listing of BRG token on leading crypto exchange KuCoin. Launched in 2020, the token has already been listed on several leading exchanges like HitBTC, Changelly, BW, DigiFinex, PoloniDEX, USwap, and so on. The KuCoin listing is scheduled for the end quarter of the running month. 

Deposits will open at 10:00 UTC, on Feb. 23, 2021.

Trading will start at 10:00 UTC, on Feb. 24, 2021.

“We are glad to announce the upcoming listing of our BRG token on esteemed KuCoin crypto exchange this month. KuCoin is one of the most revered names among the top 10 crypto exchanges in the world today, and to secure a listing here was like a dream come true for our whole team. The leading exchange portal is widely frequented by a massive number of traders, and we are hopeful the listing will bring enhanced exposure to our token. Moreover, KuCoin practices advanced security measures and allows 24/7 trading from both the website and its app, which would mean a safe and highly convenient trading environment for our valued BRG holders,” stated the CEO of Bridge Oracle.

Bridge Oracle is the first-ever public oracle system on the Tron network. Although Tron’s platform had always shown promise ever since its inception, its blockchain and smart contracts could not serve as anything more than mere tokenization tools, given the absence of an oracle system. The launch of Bridge Oracle last year has been a huge game-changer for Tron, as its blockchain and smart contracts can now finally participate in real-world applications. As per crypto pundits, the oracle system will also empower Tron to foray into the DeFi world — the buzzword of the futuristic financial world.

“DeFi is fast gaining traction with each passing day, and the faster a blockchain can adapt to it, the better chances it has of survival. Kudos to Tron for approaching its way to the DeFi ecosystem with steady steps and a major thanks here will go to Bridge Oracle,” stated leading crypto expert and Bridge Oracle board advisor, Sydney Ifergan.

DeFi use cases work on blockchain smart contracts and need credible, verifiable, external-world data to function. Thus, the support of oracle systems is extremely vital here, because, without oracles, smart contracts can’t access real-world data; therefore, the implementation of DeFi ecosystems is impossible.

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