[Upbit Notes] New Listings Update, More

- New Listings Update for KRW and BTC Markets
This week’s new listings include JUST (JST) in our KRW market and DAD (DAD), Chromia (CHR), and Tokamak Network Token (TON) for the BTC market.

KRW market: JUST (JST)

JUST project description:
Just (JST) is a governance token used in a Tron Network-based stablecoin project. JUST system governance relies mainly on JST holders. While JST holders earn revenue from the stability fees of USDJ, they are also responsible for the governance of the JUST system, which is done through selecting valid proposals by JST voters.

BTC Market: DAD (DAD), Chromia (CHR), and Tokamak Network Token (TON)

DAD project description:
DAD blockchain will be built on top of Ontology, the new generation public blockchain and distributed trust collaboration platform. Via smart contract and token economy, DAD achieves data openness, transaction transparency and user revenue sharing, to improve ad quality and delivery efficiency, building a new generation of blockchain ad system and reshaping the ad industry as we know it today.

Chromia project description:
Chromia is a new blockchain platform for decentralized applications, conceived in response to the shortcomings of existing platforms and designed to enable a new generation of dapps to scale beyond what is currently possible.

Tokamak Network Token project description:
Tokamak Network aims to provide a protocol allowing easy deployment of diverse turing-complete plasma chains. Tokamak Network sets the “correct state transition” criterion in the plasma chain by separately defining the rules for changing the “arbitrary state” in the root chain. It expands the use of plasma chain as general state transition system (layer2).

- End of Transaction Support for MCO
Upbit will be ending transaction support for MCO (MCO) on August 19, 2020 as a result of the Crypto.com team’s announcement of the MCO Swap Program.

MCO withdrawal services will be available until September 8, 2020.



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