Digital currency bank DeCurret announced plans to list Ontology (ONT/USD) as a new cryptocurrency in July 2021. At present, no domestic crypto exchange platform lists ONT. DeCurret is listing the coin in Japan for the first time, Invezz learned from the company’s press release, published on their website. The coin will be listed with Kinki Local Finance Bureau of the Finance Ministry and Kanto Local Finance Bureau as of July 13, 2021.
Only available for spot trading
In the beginning, Ontology will only be available to customers in spot trading. DeCurret will hold a campaign on the day it is launched. ONT/JPY will be the only pair available. The company will confirm the exact start date when it is confirmed. They are preparing remittance and receipt of funds. No staking is possible.
Benefits of Ontology
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Ontology’s best feature is its flexibility in designing blockchains for corporate needs. The open source, high performance blockchain specializes in distributed data and identity management. Among its partners is Daimler AG. The makers of Ontology anticipate wide adoption in the field of decentralized data management. The primary coin, ONT, has total supply of one billion. Four-fifths are presently in circulation. Staking rewards users with ONT.
DeCurret: a new kind of bank
Founded as recently as 2018, DeCurret is based on the concept of “connecting and simply exchanging all values”. Its goal is to become a major digital currency bank, setting the standard for convenient and secure digital currency transactions. The bank has been handling nine issues and five types of crypto assets since the spring of 2019 and provides value exchange services featuring transfer, exchange, and storage of digital currencies. In August 2019, DeCurret introduced a service allowing users to charge e-funds through crypto assets. This year, they introduced a service to sell and operate an order-book exchange service and mining machines.
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