CCEDK Exchange Opens its Doors With 1,000 Bitcoin Pool

CCEDK Exchange Opens its Doors With 1,000 Bitcoin Pool

There's been a lot of chatter over the past few days about a new bitcoin exchange based out of Denmark. As noted in our coverage, this exchange is touting maximum security as one of its main selling points. Read more: New Danish Bitcoin Exchange Touting Maximum Security. Today the exchange, named CCEDK, has finally launched. In effort to act as a transparent operation, exchange founder Ronny Boesing has reportedly made 1,000 bitcoins available for trading - a fairly large liquidity pool for a newly-launched exchange. A view of the exchange's operation shows a rather amateur-looking....

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