The Blockchain.com Exchange now supports depositing, trading, and withdrawal of the Efinity Token (EFI).
EFI is the native token of the Efinity network, a next-generation blockchain for digital assets like non-fungible tokens (NFTs). EFI is used to pay transaction fees, vote in governance events, facilitate liquidity, and reward network participants.
Developed by Enjin, Efinity is built to produce a modern, mainstream, and developer-friendly NFT experience, solving the problem of high fees, inflexible smart contracts, and disjointed interoperability. Upon launch, trading pairs will include EFI-USDT, EFI-USDC, EFI-USD.
As part of our listing, we’ve partnered with the Enjin team to bring you an EFI trading competition. It’s simple: every Exchange user that purchases $100 of EFI or more and holds it on the Blockchain.com Exchange through Friday, August 13th, will receive a limited edition NFT created specifically to commemorate this announcement.
Here’s how it works:
Log in or sign up for a Blockchain.com Exchange account
Buy $100+ of EFI anytime between now and 11:59pm PT on Friday, August 13th
For all eligible users who qualify, we’ll send instructions on how to redeem the NFTs via Enjin’s Beam QR code technology the following week.
New to exchanges and want to test the waters?
Purchase this token in GBP, EUR, and USD today through Simple Trade, our easy to use feature that makes crypto trading, well, simple.
To get started, log into the Exchange, add funds, and start trading.
Note: Not available to customers in the U.S.
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About Efinity (EFI)
The Efinity Token, or EFI, is the native token used for all transaction fees, liquidity, governance and community rewards on the Efinity network. Enjin is the team behind Efinity, a next generation blockchain for digital assets, built on Polkadot. Efinity was built to produce a modern, mainstream and developer-friendly NFT experience. (Efinity Whitepaper)
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