11 New Coins were Added to Bitexen

Digital Asset Trading Platform Bitexen, which made a splash with the BTXN Coin, is expanding its offerings for investors and continues to add new digital assets to its platform to meet the needs of its users. With the latest update, Bitexen has added Wing, Decred, Filecoin, Lisk, Siacoin, Civic, Kusama, Uniswap, Bittorrent, Ocean Protocol, and Maker to its platform, bringing the number of available products to 102 and trading pairs to 5151. Bitexen continues to maintain its leadership position in Turkey with the largest variety of products and the most transaction options, including its own cryptocurrency BTXN Coin.

The new cryptocurrencies that Bitexen has added to its platform are as follows;

Wing: a credit-based cross-chain DeFi (Decentralized Finance) platform, Wing has created a decentralized finance platform to support cross-chain collaborative interaction between different DeFi products. The wing is positioned as the native token of this platform. With this coin, users can participate in the community's management, participate in surveys, and submit new offers to the community.

Decred: A community-powered, open-source, blockchain-based cryptocurrency with a strong focus on sustainable finance. It uses a mixed proof of stake and proof of work consensus mechanism.

Filecoin: A decentralized storage system for storing data and information, Filecoin aims to protect data by storing it in a decentralized and reliable manner. Filecoin leverages the decentralized nature of data to preserve the integrity of its location and stores it in an easily retrievable form. FIL Token is also the platform's native token. Users who want to use the network pay with FIL to miners who perform the storage process to store the data.

Lisk: It is a blockchain application platform that aims to make blockchain technology more accessible. With Lisk, users can create decentralized applications and deploy them on the network. Lisk (LSK) tokens power the open-source Lisk blockchain platform. It continues to work with the Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) consensus method so democratically elected representatives can secure the network.

Siacoin: Sia is a blockchain-based decentralized cloud storage platform. Sia is a platform where users can rent their unused storage space, with agreements implemented through smart contracts. Siacoin (SC) is the network-owned token used to make payments on the network. The biggest difference between Sia and other cloud storage platforms is that the confidentiality of the stored data is guaranteed, the storage is cheaper, and the data can be securely protected thanks to the distributed structure.

Civic: It is a digital authentication protocol that enables the management of digital identities on the Internet. Civic uses blockchain technology to enable such a decentralized authentication process. In this way, it performs more secure and cost-effective authentication processes. Civic (CVC) is an ERC-20 token.

Kusama: Kusama was introduced in 2019 by Gavin Wood, founder of Polkadot and co-founder and former CTO of Ethereum. It is a scalable private blockchain network built on a similar code base to Polkadot. Kusama is a blockchain platform designed to offer massive interoperability and scalability to developers.

Uniswap is a decentralized finance platform that facilitates the trading of DeFi (Decentralized Finance) tokens. Uniswap provides greater efficiency by solving the liquidity problem through liquidity providers. The Uniswap platform was founded in 2018 and launched its native token, UNI, in 2020. The Uniswap protocol automates the market-making process, limits risk, and reduces costs for all parties.

BitTorrent: A decentralized peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing and torrenting platform. BitTorrent was founded in July 2001 and was acquired by blockchain platform TRON in July 2018. BTT, the platform's native token, was launched following the acquisition in February 2019. BTT is launched on the TRON blockchain and uses the TRC-20 standard.

Ocean Protocol: a blockchain-based ecosystem that enables individuals and businesses to value and profit from data using ERC-20-based data tokens. The OCEAN token is used for purposes such as participating in community management and buying and selling data. The supply of the OCEAN token will be spread over time to allow for short-term growth and long-term sustainability.

Maker: the MakerDAO platform, a decentralized organization, and the management token of the Maker protocol, a software platform. Maker was developed in 2015 and completed in 2017. The MKR token grants management rights on the MakerDAO platform and voting rights in developing the Maker protocol.