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Blockchain gaming metaverse Polker has announced the listing of its utility token PKR on crypto exchange platform Bittrex. This latest development one day after the successful launch of the Polker ‘Testnet’ Closed Beta Game.
PKR Listed on Bittrex
Bittrex will be listing the USDT/PKR trading pairs on its trading platform. PKR holders will be able to deposit their tokens on Bittrex wallet from November 12 from 4PM UTC while trading goes live on November 15 from 4PM UTC.
The listing will enable Bittrex users to deposit, withdraw, trade and swap PKR tokens. Polker’s potential and great tokenomics secured the listing and represents a significant milestone for it’s gaming metaverse.
As a top cryptocurrency exchange worldwide, Bittrex is considered a standard on-ramp for new crypto investors. It is among the top 20 exchanges with an average daily transaction volume of $300 million. As a result, PKR token will be exposed to over 2 million users who will drive the adoption of the utility token and increase its value in the long term.
The exchange is also very easy to register and PKR holders will get a secure and highly liquid crypto exchange. The listing will increase the attention to its ecosystem ahead of its metaverse rollout. In addition, Polker has stated that more listings have been lined up for Q4 2021 and will be announced in the coming weeks.
Polker is a gaming metaverse powered by blockchain technology. Its metaverse is built on the unreal engine 4, enabling a highly immersive graphics gameplay for users. Polker gamers can Polker’s ecosystem is powered by its native token $PKR, which is available on UniSwap and PancakeSwap. PKR can also be staked with an APY of 36% on the Ethereum main net here. Staking of PKR will be available on Binance Smart Chain later in the year - so for those who don’t want to bridge to Ethereum, the opportunity is not missed.
Bittrex is a centralized exchange that offers a one-stop crypto trading solution for traders and mainstream users. Launched in 2014, Bittrex has developed into one of the fastest-growing exchanges with presences in the United States and over 50 countries globally. Use Polker’s referral BMZ-GQG-V1I if you don’t already have an account!
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