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Bithumb announced today that it is going to list OmiseGo (OMG) and Kyber Network (KNC) in its exchange.
OmiseGO is growing 15% today on the heels of this news and Kyber Network is marking a 37% increase its value has reached $ 2.55 USD
Recently, Kyber Network has also partnered with MyEtherWallet.
The integration of the Kyber Network protocol with the MEW interface will ensure greater accessibility to tokens and portfolio management capabilities; Millions of users will now be able to convert tokens instantly and easily from their MEW wallets. Even non-technical newbies will find it a breeze to navigate the new interface and get the tokens of their choice. The high traffic coming from MEW will in turn increase the penetration of the Kyber Network market and improve its position as a supplier of integrated solutions in the blockchain ecosystem.
Bithumb has also announced an airdrop, will distribute OMG to all members of Bithumb Ethereum holders, more information is posted on the exchange site.
OmiseGO enables financial inclusion and interchangeability through the public, decentralized OMG network. According to the project’s whitepaper, OMG is building a decentralized exchange, liquidity provider mechanism, clearinghouse messaging network, and asset-backed blockchain gateway. It will not be owned by a single party but will be an open distributed network of validators who will enforce behavior of all participants.
Kyber Network is an Ethereum-based protocol that allows the “instant exchange and conversion of digital assets (e.g. crypto tokens) and cryptocurrencies (e.g. Ether, Bitcoin, ZCash) with high liquidity.” Kyber is similar to the 0x project but instead performs all its actions on the blockchain.
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