FTT token becomes more and more popular among crypto users and investors. At the beginning of the year, the price of the coin began to go up gradually. What is the reason for FTT coin positive price changes? What are the prospects of the FTT coin? Let’s find out in the article.
FTX is a cryptocurrency derivatives exchange that is specialized in over-the-counter (OTC) trading and provides futures and leveraged tokens.
Launched in April 2019, FTX is owned by FTX Trading LTD, incorporated in Antigua and Barbuda. It is supported by Alameda Research, a trading company and cryptocurrency liquidity provider with almost $100 million in assets and trading up to $1 billion per day (roughly 5% of global volume).
FTX is owned by FTX Trading LTD, a company incorporated in Antigua and Barbuda. FTX was incubated by Alameda Research, a cryptocurrency liquidity provider. FTX’s leveraged tokens aim to provide a clean, automated way for users to get leverage. FTT is the FTX ecosystem utility token. Holders of FTT reportedly receive benefits such as:
FTT is the FTX ecosystem utility token. Holders of FTT receive numerous benefits, including: Weekly buying and burning of fees, Lower FTX trading fees, OTC rebates, Collateral for futures trading, Socialized gains from the insurance fund.
Leveraged FTX tokens are ERC20 and BEP2 tokens that already contain the leverage algorithm. These tokens allow traders to put on short or leveraged positions without margin trade. Leveraged tokens are ERC-20 tokens and can list on any spot exchange.
FTX (FTT) token is the native ecosystem exchange’s utility token, running on top of the Ethereum network.
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