Lisk’s LSK token listed on cryptocurrency exchange

Lisk, the public blockchain platform that allows users to develop decentralized blockchain apps announced its LSK token is now listed on, one of the world’s leading crypto exchanges. The listing on allows LSK token holders to trade against BTC and ETH. This is the second new listing for LSK tokens this week, following the addition of LSK to bitFlyer, Japan’s largest crypto exchange on Wednesday.

CEO Max Kordek

Max Kordek

“Today’s announcement caps a very successful week for Lisk, following Wednesday’s debut of our LSK token on the bitFlyer exchange,” Lisk co-founder and CEO Max Kordek said. “The addition of LSK to the exchange elevates the status of our platform as we approach our relaunch event on Feb. 20 in Berlin, and strengthens our ambition to be the enablers of innovation, making blockchain technology more accessible to everyone.”

Operating under the Huobi Global umbrella, is a creative digital asset exchange serving millions of global traders in more than 130 countries. Huobi has a number of independent operations worldwide, including centres in Singapore, South Korea and Hong Kong. They have plans to open two exchanges in Japan in 2018 after signing a partnership with SBI Group, a Japanese financial company.

“This move underscores the strong confidence and belief in our platform and we are excited to extend our reach to millions of global traders through the exchange,” Mr. Kordek said. “We look forward to growing our community, allowing developers and entrepreneurs to tap into the tremendous power of blockchain technology, ushering in a new era of innovation.”

Lisk is a blockchain application platform allowing users to develop applications from scratch using the mainstream language JavaScript. The decentralized platform allows for the deployment, distribution, and monetization of sidechains on the Lisk blockchain. The Lisk network is operated using a highly efficient Delegated Proof-of-Stake consensus model, secured by democratically-elected delegates.


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