SEC approved cryptocurrency exchange, Circle Invest lists 4 projects: EOS, Stellar[XLM], 0x[ZRX], and Qtum
Goldman Sachs backed SEC regulate cryptocurrency exchange Circle Invest, has added 4 new tokens on its platform. They are EOS, Stellar[XLM], 0x[ZRX] and Qtum. With the addition of 4 more assets, a total of 11 assets can be now traded on Circle Invest.
According to Circle, these new assets can be bought and traded individually, and they are also part of Circle’s “Buy the market” feature, which allows small amounts of all assets to be bought in one go.
These projects were chosen because they met Circle’s Asset Framework, which looks for,
- New infrastructure
- Facilitate open global value exchange
- Give end users additional autonomy and control over access to value and information?
- Peer-reviewed, open source and has a working prototype
- Great team
Addition to the listing of new assets, Circle is also introducing a new feature called “Explore”, which aims to educate existing investors about the new projects. Circle hopes the new feature will bring more traditional investors to the cryptocurrency space including women.
Circle wants more women to invest in Cryptocurrencies
In a news piece covered by Techcrunch, it was revealed that Circle wants more women, as well as Gen Xer’s and Baby boomers to invest in cryptocurrencies. Circle’s answer to the problem was, by educating people on cryptocurrencies would make them invest in it. Circle’s Explore feature is one such feature to bring more people into the cryptocurrency space.
“A lot of the apps that exist on the market are geared toward folks that understand the market already and unfortunately, that tends to be men,” says Divya Agarwalla, Circle’s head of product, to TechCrunch.
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