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CatalX, powered by Bittrex—the premier U.S.-based blockchain trading platform, today proudly announces the full release of the CatalX digital asset trading platform, Canada’s only cryptocurrency marketplace offering more than 100 coins for purchase instantly, at https://CatalX.io.

Effective immediately, users can register for a free account and verify their identification before funding their accounts and making trades on the most extensive selection of digital tokens, with competitive trading fees at 0.25 per cent per trade. As an introductory incentive for early adopters who sign up on the platform, CatalX is offering a full rebate (https://support.catalx.io/rebate-program/grand-opening-promotion) on the fiat-to-crypto trading fees until 11:59 pm PDT on June 30th, 2019.

“Today marks a very proud moment for our CatalX team,” stated Justin Kim, CatalX’s CEO. “We started this journey in August, 2018 with the launch of our beta and since then, we have developed a platform that raises the bar, in terms of reliability, security and usability, for cryptocurrency platforms in Canada. I want to personally thank all of our beta users for their invaluable support and feedback.”

On top of offering more than 100 coins (with more pending) for purchase starting today, one of the key value propositions for CatalX is its made-for-Canada features and functionality. CatalX’s mission and critical focus on the most stringent risk management, compliance and security requirements in the marketplace has also allowed CatalX to be Canada’s only exchange offering OTC (Over-The-Counter) services that allow approved customers to trade large blocks of cryptocurrency over the counter.

“From the get-go, our mission was to create the most innovative, reliable, safe and secure platform for cryptocurrency users in Canada,” added Kim. “Our partnership with Bittrex has truly delivered on that promise while ensuring strong business ethics, customer focus and an unwavering commitment to compliance and regulations remain priority one.”



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