Coin Listing Plans of PayBito for 2021

  • November 30, 2020
  • Jennifer Moore

PayBito is opening up for coin listing and is focussing on adding at least 5 emerging coins within the first quarter of 2021. PayBito’s collaborative approach will allow the new coins to benefit from the marketing and promotional initiatives as well.

PayBito is focussing on emerging coins with utility value across industries like financial services, entertainment, eCommerce, real estate, and others. Being associated with a top global exchange like PayBito, the visibility of the listed coins are likely to increase on the global market. They will be able to leverage the brand value of PayBito, extending the reach to a larger demographic of users. Expansion of the crypto portfolio proves to be beneficial for traders too giving them access to a diverse range of assets to invest in.

In an interactive session with the media, Raj Chowdhury, Managing Director of PayBito, commented, “PayBito is constantly adding new elements and upgrading its features. We have listed several tokens this year, and plan to continue with our listing spree in 2021 as well. Our focus will remain on the emerging utility coins that have shown good market performance post-launch. We are interested in listing and promoting coins of value, providing them with a strong platform to reach out to a larger consumer base. This will also allow the traders to diversify their asset investments, and together we can accelerate the adoption of cryptocurrencies.”

PayBito has a global user base, contributing to the platform’s consistent trading volume surges. It enables seamless fiat-crypto/crypto-fiat conversions ensuring safety through advanced security protocols. The global popularity of PayBito owes to its intuitive interface, seamless trading, and multi-fiat compatibility.

PayBito follows an extensive and stringent listing process, where its team industry veterans analyze each coin being reviewed for listing. Each coin is judged by the following criterion:

1. The credibility of the underlying technology that it is built on
2. The functionality of the coin
3. Skills and knowledge of the team that has developed the coin

PayBito also requires a detailed whitepaper with the technological, financial and marketing aspects of the coin. The coin developers need to abide by these regulations, which are for the sake of the traders so that transparency and authenticity of the coin are maintained. If a coin is able to fulfill all the requirements set forth by the exchange under its coin-listing policies, it gets added for trading.


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