January 13, 2022 – Leading cryptocurrency exchange Bitrue announced today that it will be adding Songbird SGB to its Futures feature starting January 13 at 11:00 UTC.
Songbird is Flare Networks’ canary network token, which is being used as a test bed before the launch of a later token known as Spark. Songbird was released to XRP holders at the end of 2021 and can be purchased on Bitrue’s spot exchange.
Bitrue added futures trading to its range of functions from July 2021. Since the initial launch, they have expanded the coins available week after week and now support over 60 coins.
This new addition makes Bitrue the first and only exchange to support Songbird Futures trading. It also launches with 0% maker fees, which benefits users who provide liquidity and facilitates a smoother overall experience for all users.
“Songbird continues to be one of the most popular coins on our exchange, due to its strong potential and significant overlap with the XRP community that Bitrue is closely affiliated with. We are very happy to do whatever we can to support Songbird and we are confident that this latest addition will be very warmly welcomed by 4 million traders on Bitrue,” said Adam O’Neill, Chief Marketing Officer at Bitrue.
Bitrue previously pledged to support the Spark FLR token airdrop later this year. They are also part of the Songbird FTSO program, where they provide in-service pricing data to a decentralized oracle which can then be used by third parties who need accurate information.
Launched in July 2018, Bitrue is a diversified cryptocurrency exchange supporting trading, lending, and investing. Bitrue aims to use blockchain technology to provide financial opportunities to everyone, regardless of location or financial status. They have offices around the world and keep developing new features at a rapid speed to fully meet the new wave of digital economy.
Find more information on the Bitrue official website.
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