Wirex Token set to launch on OKEx’s Jumpstart platform on July 1st
UK based payment process, Wirex, will be the next token to launch on OKEx Jumpstart. The tokens launched by Wirex on OKEx will be known as Wirex Tokens with the symbol WXT. The launch will take place on 1st July 2019. Wirex will be the 4th token to be launched through OKEx’s platform.
Wirex started in 2014, is a UK based FCA-regulated fintech companies known for pioneering cryptocurrency and traditional finance integrated Visa cards. Wirex was started by entrepreneur Pavel Matveev, to help people easily pay via cryptocurrencies.
Wirex Token [WXT] will be launched on OKEx on July 1st. The registration and pre-sale for the launch began on 24th June (Monday). 400,000,000 WXT will be available at the token sale at a price of $0.005 per WXT each. Only OKEx official token OKB will be accepted for the launch.
“We believe that the nascent token economy will eventually replace conventional fiat currency as the dominant form of payment. The Wirex Token helps us integrate with the payment environment of the future and offers users a convenient, fast and cost-efficient way to move digital money across borders,” said Pavel Matveev, Wirex CEO.
OKEx’s Head of Operations, Andy Cheung added,
“It is delightful to see the project finally launching and we have been so excited to work with the Wirex team. e are here to connect the crypto and the traditional markets, and at the same time, we are dedicated to support an emerging blockchain financial ecosystem, to cater the shortfall from the current economy.”
Wirex’s pre-registration has already started. According to Wirex, the funds raised through the IEO will enable the team for accelerated growth.
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