New Token Listings: Dock.io, PDX, Robotina, Zper and Polymath

31.07.2018

Trading pairs of initial coin offering (ICO) projects Dock.io (DOCK), PDX (PDX), Robotina (ROX), Zper (ZPR) and Polymath (POLY) were listed on various cryptocurrency exchanges between July 30 and 31.

Dock.io (DOCK) is a decentralized data exchange powered by Ethereum. The project raised $20 million during an initial coin offering. Binance listed DOCK/BTC and DOCK/ETH trading pairs on July 30.

PDX (PDX) is a new generation blockchain architecture, serving as a public blockchain IaaS; it supports the one-click deployment of dedicated business blockchain platforms and smart contracts. The project raised $9.5 million in its initial coin offering. Idex listed a PDX/ETH trading pair on July 30.

The Robotina (ROX) project uses the Internet Of Things, Artificial Intelligence & Blockchain to empower people to save energy by using smart grids. It raised $10 million in an initial coin offering. Hitbtc listed a ROX/ETH trading pair on July 30.

Zper (ZPR) is a blockchain-based ecosystem for decentralized P2P finance. It raised $23.2 million in its initial coin offering. Hitbtc listed a ZPR/ETH trading pair on July 30.

Polymath (POLY) enables trillions of dollars in securities to migrate to the blockchain. The project raised $96 million in an initial coin offering. Binance listed POLY/BTC and POLY/BNB trading pairs on July 31.

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