BitMart Exchange, a premier global digital asset trading platform, recently announced the listing of Liquidity Network (LQD). LQD/BTC and LQD/ETH trading pairs will be available starting on February 18th and withdrawal feature will be available on February 20th.
Officially launched on September 2017, Liquidity Network is an open network built with the future in mind. It allows decentralized blockchains to scale through leveraging secure off-chain transactions. By utilizing non-custodial Hubs, the network allows users to transfer their funds securely, instantly and totally free.
Unlike Lightning and Raiden, the implementations of two-party payment channels, Liquidity Network hubs are built on the NOCUST protocol, a scalably secure commit-chain to efficiently solve the collateral management challenge that two-way payment channels usually encounter, enabling a higher number of users to use the Ethereum network without adding to congestion.
LQD is an ERC20 standard token which the token holders in the protocol’s ecosystem can interact with and promote its growth. “Our aim is to integrate the LQD token within the Liquidity Network ecosystem, creating a competitive open market for secure payment process,” said Arthur Gervais, CEO and Founder of Liquidity Network. The company recently announced The Liquidity Network Latest Tech Road Map, indicating a clear strategy to bring transfers and swaps of digital assets at an enterprise scale to the global audience.
“We are delighted to list LQD on our exchange,” said Sheldon Xia, Founder and CEO of BitMart. “I believe Liquidity Network is a real scope-changer within the future of our blockchain revolution and we applaud it for moving the industry forward.”
BitMart Exchange is a premier global digital asset trading platform in the cryptocurrency market with over 600,000 users worldwide and ranks among the top 8 crypto exchanges on CoinMarketCap. BitMart currently offers 176 trading pairs with one of the relatively low trading fees in the market.