LINK (LN) Is Now Available to Trade, Exclusively on BITBOX Crypto Exchange

Line Corporation, owner of the renowned Japanese instant messaging app, Line Messenger, revealed today, October 16th, that its LINK (LN) token is now exclusively available to trade on its own BITBOX crypto exchange. The LN token would be paired with Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and Tether (USDT).

LINK (LN) Is Now Available to Trade, Exclusively on BITBOX Crypto Exchange

The launch of LINK (LN) crypto token trading on BITBOX crypto exchange represents the achievement of a significant milestone for Line Corporation, the developer and operator of one of the most popular Japanese instant messaging app, the Line Messenger. This move would expand LINK (LN) token’s usefulness and integration into cryptocurrency community.

“We’re very pleased that users are now able to trade LINK on BITBOX, which is a major step forward in our plans for creating a token economy that rewards user participation,” stated Line CEO Takeshi Idezawa. “We think it is important to promote co-creation and mutual growth with LINK while ensuring BITBOX continues to develop as a user-friendly platform that adds value to those who use it and contribute to our services,” he added.

To celebrate LINK (LN) Launch On BITBOX Crypto Exchange, BITBOX Will Start A Tron (TRX) airdrop

According to the Line Corporation official press release, BITBOX will start a unique Tron (TRX) airdrop event. As reported, BITBOX crypto exchange would offer TRX token depending on how much LINK (LN) users have. On the other hand, Tron (TRX) holders would receive LINK (LN) crypto token.

The user contributions and participation is essential for the LINK (LN), the crypto token of the Line Corporation which operate the most popular Japanese instant messaging app, the Line Messenger. In this regard, LN holders can get rewarded and pay with LINK token in LINE’s various DApps, in fields including social networking, gaming, and e-commerce.

Next, Line Corporation plans to expand its LINK (LN) crypto token uses with the launch of new DApps, such as TAPAS (a food reviews platform), Pasha (a product reviews network), and STEP (a location and accommodation reviews), allowing members to spend and earn LINK (LN).

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