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Author Topic: OpenLedger - You are in Control doing it "Smart Trading Decentralized"  (Read 44360 times)

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Announcement about Some Gateways for OpenLedger DEX Users


IPursuing our strategy to improve the speed of transactions on our decentralized trading platform, we’ve carried out another technical audit.

11 gateways were identified as underperforming. They are virtually unused — these coins haven’t been traded, deposited, or withdrawn for some months now.

These gateways will be disabled according to the terms and conditions of our listing agreement with official token representatives.

The following coins will be disabled:

CAT;
NXC;
EGD;
MKR;
ZDC;
BAR;
GRFT;
MASP;
LOCI;
SOL;
NBT.
On January 4, 2019, these gateways will be disabled on OpenLedger DEX. You won’t be able to deposit the coins starting the same date.

To make a withdrawal, please contact the Support Team at https://openledger.freshdesk.com/support/tickets/new

The withdrawal procedure is fully described here.

CAT, NXC, EGD, MKR, ZDC, BAR, GRFT, MASP, LOCI, SOL, and NBT token trades will be stopped on January 14, 2019.

Please make sure complete all the necessary operations with the tokens in question prior to January 18, 2019. Their support will be unavailable from January 18, 2019 onwards.


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OpenLedger DEX to Support Ethereum Constantinople Hard Fork

We would like to confirm the support of upcoming Ethereum hard fork that will take place once the Ethereum block height reaches 7,080,000.

The hard fork is estimated to occur between January 14 and January 18. We will handle all the technical requirements.

Please be informed that all ERC20 and ETH gateways may be disabled during the fork to make necessary updates.

Thank you for choosing our decentralized trading platform!


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OpenLedger DEX Latest News: January OBITS Buyback and Burn Completed. ICOO Buyback is in Progress. DASH Gateway Re-enabled


We are happy to inform you that January OBITS buyback and burn have been successfully completed.

The number of OBITS bought during the January buyback: 139, 717.6028. All bought-back OBITS were burned.

The number of repurchased OBITS



Burn of OBITS




Congrats to all OBITS holders!

You still have some time to take part in the ICOO buyback. We will let you know when ICOO buyback and burn are over.

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We are happy to inform you that the DASH gateway is now working in the operational mode.

All the maintenance works have been finished.

Sorry for the inconvenience caused.

Thanks for choosing our decentralized trading platform!


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