Panther Protocol is thrilled to announce the listing of its $ZKP on BitMart, an esteemed cryptocurrency exchange operating in more than 180 countries. This listing is part of Panther Protocol’s ongoing mission to provide improved accessibility, a range of trading options, and a more cost effective transaction experience for Panther Protocol’s members and $ZKP holders.
“This is a major milestone for Panther as we move towards the V1 release, broadening our user base and reinforcing our commitment to make finance more accessible and bring more users to the decentralized finance ecosystem while abiding by regulatory standards and maintaining user privacy,” said Oliver Gale, Co-founder and CEO, Panther Protocol.
The partnership with BitMart is a long-term plan to make $ZKP more accessible to the Web3 community. The decision to partner with BitMart was based on its global reach and active Web3 community. With the upcoming V1 Mainnet launch, this listing will contribute to better on-and-off ramp accessibility of the $ZKP token for the V1 protocol. With the BitMart listing, $ZKP will now be accessible on four exchanges (MEXC, Uniswap (DEX), Huobi, and BitMart) and will bring more users to the Panther ecosystem.
The following are the details of the $ZKP Token Trading on BitMart:
• Trading Pair: $ZKP/$USDT
• Deposit Availability: 12/10/2023 08:00 AM EST
• Trading Commencement: 12/12/2023 08:00 AM EST
• Withdrawal Post-Trade: 12/13/2023 08:00 AM EST
BitMart is a global integrated trading platform that offers both spot trading and futures contract trading. It has a secure trading system and strong underlying architecture, which ensures a safe trading experience for its users. By utilizing its network trading system, BitMart becomes one of the major liquidity providers of digital assets globally.
Panther is a cross-protocol layer built with zero-knowledge technology to create DeFi solutions that meet regulatory standards while protecting user data privacy. Panther’s mission is to enable seamless access to DeFi and create a cross-chain-supported architecture that serves different use cases. Panther’s zero-knowledge primitives are also applicable to KYC, selective disclosures between trusted parties, private ID, voting, and data verification services.
Disclaimer: Panther is not recommending that readers engage in cryptoasset trading activity, and users or potential users of the protocol should not regard this message or its contents as involving any form of recommendation, invitation, or inducement to deal in cryptoassets. Due to the potential for losses, regulators consider this asset class to be high risk.
For more information, please visit Panther’s website. For inquiries, please contact Manwendra Mishra, Product Marketing Manager, Panther Protocol at [email protected]