SaTT Smart Advertising Token to List on WhiteBIT, an EU-Compliant Exchange
Last week saw smart advertising marketplace SaTT‘s successful fundraising crowd sale raise a total of USD 7.1 million. It was also listed on popular digital asset trading platforms, ProBit Exchange and BW Exchange.
SaTT is now pleased to announce yet another exchange listing on WhiteBIT, a platform which has obtained European Exchange and Custody licenses.
“On behalf of WhiteBIT, I’d like to welcome the entire SaTT community to WhiteBIT,” says Vladimir Nosov, CEO of WhiteBIT exchange. “We’re always happy to see such aspiring projects joining our exchange. With its cost-efficient, fast, and secure smart advertising system, SaTT is sure to engage many new users from the WhiteBIT community!”
Touting a working smart marketing decentralized app (dApp) that tackles ad fraud and inefficiencies in the advertising supply chain, the SaTT platform provides an improved and transparent blockchain-based advertising solution.
“We are pleased to be listed on WhiteBIT Exchange, frequently ranked among the Top Ten on ranking sites such as CoinGecko,” enthuses Gauthier Bros, CEO of SaTT. “WhiteBIT is an established and compliant centralized exchange (CEX) in Europe and we are happy to offer our community yet another premium trading alternative.”
Offering a fiat payment gateway, WhiteBIT meets EU KYC and AML requirements. It charges one of the lowest trading fees for its crypto-to-crypto as well as crypto-to-fiat transactions. In terms of security, the exchange deploys cutting edge technologies and holds 96% of all assets on cold wallets.
Offering SMART staking for passive earnings, the platform also provides Stop-Market and Stop-Limit Orders with quick deposits and withdrawals carried out by Dash InstantSend. WhiteBIT is currently one of only six exchanges in the world with a full-fledged margin trading terminal. Its user-friendly and reliable interface is suitable for both newbies and pros.
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