New Token Listings: DACC, WePower, Bancor, Zilliqa, Refereum and Stellar

27.07.2018

Trading pairs of initial coin offering (ICO) projects Decentralized Accessible Content Chain (DACC), WePower (WPR), Bancor (BNT), Zilliqa (ZIL), Refereum (RFR) and Stellar (XLM) were listed on various cryptocurrency exchanges on July 26.

Decentralized Accessible Content Chain (DACC), a content-based blockchain that offers identity and access management (IAM) at the infrastructural level, raised $32.2 million in its initial coin offering. Idex listed a DACC/ETH trading pair on July 26.

WePower (WPR) enables renewable energy producers to raise capital by issuing their own tokens. The project raised $40 million in its initial coin offering. Bitfinex listed a WPR/USD trading pair on July 26.

Bancor (BNT) allows users to convert between any two tokens on its platform, with no counterparty and at an automatically calculated price. The project raised $153 million in its initial coin offering. Bitflinex listed a BNT/USD trading pair on July 26.

Zilliqa (ZIL), a blockchain platform designed to scale to thousands of transactions per second, raised $22 million in an initial coin offering. Bitflinex listed a ZIL/USD trading pair on July 26.   

Refereum (RFR) cuts out the marketing middleman by directly rewarding influencers and gamers to promote and play video games. The project raised $32.2 million in an initial coin offering. Upbit listed RFR/BTC and RFR/KRW trading pairs on July 26.

Stellar (XLM) is a platform that connects banks, payment systems and users to move money quickly, safely and almost no cost. Huobi listed XML/BTC and XML/ETH trading pairs on July 26.

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