[Upbit Notes] K Bank Partnership, New Listing Update, More

- New Partnership with K Bank
We’ve partnered with K Bank and revamped our fiat service. South Korean Upbit users can now link their K Bank accounts for KRW (South Korean Won) deposits and withdrawals.

We’re quite excited to launch this new partnership, which will allow us to provide a greatly enhanced fiat trading experience for our users.

The new KRW wallet services are limited to those with South Korean citizenship/nationality.

- New Listing Update: RingX (RINGX)
RingX (RINGX) is the latest digital asset to be listed on Upbit’s BTC market. The minimum deposit amount is 7 RINGX.

RingX project description:
RINGX aims to create a blockchain-based mileage ecosystem by integrating various mileage services through blockchain technology and establishing an innovative platform. The platform cooperates with various mileage service providers to allow customers to purchase and consume high-quality content using the integrated mileage.

- End of Transaction Support for FCT, XEL, DCT, PAL, ION, UP, and AID
Upbit has ended transaction support for seven digital assets that were previously placed on the investor warning list: Factom (FCT), Elastic (XEL), DECENT (DCT), PAL Network (PAL), ION (ION), UpToken (UP), and AidCoin (AID).

Withdrawal support for these digital assets will end on July 29, 2020.

Following our review process, Bloom (BLT) has been removed from the investor warning list.

- IOTX Mainnet Support
Deposit and withdrawal services for IoTeX (IOTX) will be temporarily interrupted starting noon, July 3, 2020 (KST) in order to support the Mainnet GA launch. Wallet services will reopen once the stability of the mainnet is confirmed.

Trading services for IOTX will be uninterrupted.

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