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World’s first zero-fee exchange launched by Stellar

        Stellar X is the world’s first free cryptocurrency exchange.         The exchange uses a consensus mechanism to ensure it doesn’t need users’ capital.         They have plans to trade stocks, real estate on the platform as well.

A brand new cryptocurrency exchange, StellarX, has just opened up for business. The announcement was made via its website.

Stellar X, from its Co-founder Christian’s Medium post, is a very ambitious project and hopes to one day become ‘the most popular place to trade in the world.’

Details

Some interesting details have already come to light about StellarX.

For starters, it is completely free to trade on the platform, which is practically unheard of in the cryptocurrency world as most places charge a fee.

Most platforms, if they do not take a commission on each trade, profit from the users dormant funds. The free nature of StellarX will probably sit well a good number of investors.

On top of this, StellarX will also refund the network cost to its users. While this is very generous, it does bring up the question of how they can turn a profit while being this generous.

According to them, it all boils down to the right tech. StellarX does not make use of relays or smart contacts but will use only their own technology, something which is “native” to trades and orders.

Their consensus mechanism also ensures that they don’t need user capital to function.

Ease of Use

Another interesting fact about the new exchange is that onramp fiat, meaning users can deposit funds using ACH directly from their U.S Dollar bank accounts.

This will remove all the various hoops that users would have had to go through in the past to make deposits.

Tokens can be shown for a number of currencies including Euros, Philippine Pesos, Nigerian Naira, Chinese Yuan, Hong Kong Dollar, and the British Pound and eventually, will be able to deposit and withdraw these currencie...

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