Lykke, a Swiss Fintech company building a regulated, blockchain-based global marketplace, added Bancor Network Token and Appcoins to their exchange earlier this week.

Furthermore they have announced plans to implement the BitShares blockchain on the Lykke platform and make the BitShares core asset, the BTS token, available for trade on the Lykke Exchange.

Following these implementation, investors will be able to buy and sell BNT, APPC & BTS on the Lykke Exchange, alongside other currencies, crypto and fiat.

With the Val:ID ITO just around the corner (Wich will probably result in the coin being listed) the platforms offering are finally expanded, Wich will hopefully result in a bigger overall trading volume on the exchange.

Long awaited Erc20 Support will be here soon, due to legal issues this finished feature had to be postponed.

More to come!

As of February 2nd 2018, Lykke is working on adding the following coins to the Lykke Exchange:

Ethereum classic, Litecoin. These coins are ready for integration, they are currently in testing.

Dash, Zcash, Ripple are in development.

Lisk, IOTA, Stratis, Monero, Byteball, Stellar, NEO, RaiBlocks, Qtum, and Waves – for these blockchains corresponding contests on Lykke Streams are running.

Lykke 2.0 roadmap announced

In a recent blog post Lykke has announced plans for Lykke 2.0. They promised to release a detailed paper soon.

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