All Top 20 Coins in One Exchange: Bittrex Adds 12 New Coins in Q2 2016

All Top 20 Coins in One Exchange: Bittrex Adds 12 New Coins in Q2 2016

Digital currency exchange, Bittrex, has added 12 new coins in the second quarter of 2016, making it the only exchange listing all of the CoinMarketCap top 20 coins. The coins added in order of most recent are: Rise, Waves, DigixDAO, Breakout, Project Decorum, The DAO, Krypton, Lisk, SARCoin, STEEM, Destiny, Memetic. Consistency of new coins. Both Waves, which was added in June, and Lisk, which was added in late May, were listed first on Bittrex and debuted as top-ten coins. They have steadily remained among the top dozen coins since their introduction. More than 95 percent of Steem and....


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