Orbs is now available on BitMart, a leading exchange ranked 5th for highest trading volumes compared to other CEXs, according to Coingecko at the time of writing. BitMart supports spot trading of $ORBS/USDT, which kicked off on the 9th of October. See the full details and launch information here.
The listing follows Orbs' active developments both offline and online. Last week both Ran Hammer VP of Business Development, and Tal Kol co-founder and CTO spoke at Zebu Live, the largest web3 event in London. This shortly trailed dTWAP and Limit orders on Base chain for the first time via BaseSwap integration and Orbs Liquidity Hub on QuickSwap. Both products are redefining the decentralized exchange landscape as major players continue to support these new features.
BitMart's mission is to provide simple and secure crypto products and services. Regardless of whether you are an individual or an institution, BitMark wants to help buy, sell, and store cryptocurrency. BitMart's vision is to make cryptocurrency available to everyone everywhere. They believe the decentralized digital currency will reshape the global economy fundamentally, and such financial freedom would bring further economic innovation, efficiency, and equality to the world. But it will not happen unless the community builds simple, and secure products for individuals and institutions around the world to discover and interact with this new frontier.
Learn more via: https://www.bitmart.com/about/en-US
Orbs is a "Layer-3" public blockchain infrastructure project powered by PoS, pioneering on-chain innovation since 2017.
Orbs is set up as a separate execution layer between L1/L2 solutions and the application layer, as part of a tiered blockchain stack, enhancing the capabilities of smart contracts and powering protocols such as dLIMIT, dTWAP and Liquidity Hub.
The project's core team consists of more than thirty dedicated contributors spanning from Tel Aviv, London, New York, Tokyo, and Seoul.
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