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OKX Announces Listing of RUNECOIN for Spot Trading

OKX, a leading cryptocurrency exchange, has recently announced the listing of RSIC•GENESIS•RUNE (RUNECOIN) on its spot trading market. This move aims to provide users with more opportunities to engage with the digital asset and further promote a vibrant and user-centric ecosystem.


  • May 01, 2024 09:28
OKX Announces Listing of RUNECOIN for Spot Trading

According to OKX's schedule, deposits for RUNECOIN will open at 3:00 am UTC on April 30, 2024. Spot trading for the RUNECOIN/USDT pair will commence at 10:00 am UTC on the same day. Users will also be able to withdraw their RUNECOIN holdings starting from 10:00 am UTC on May 1, 2024.

RSIC•GENESIS•RUNE (RUNECOIN) is built on the Runes Protocol and represents the first Pre-Rune airdrop for early adopters of Ordinals. This unique asset opens up an opportunity for individuals to engage with Bitcoin and contributes to the development of a more decentralized future.

With a total supply of 21,000,000,000, RUNECOIN offers users the chance to explore the potential of digital assets while being aware of the associated risks. OKX emphasizes that digital assets are highly speculative and subject to high volatility. Investors should conduct their own research and evaluate their risk appetite before engaging in any trading activities.

OKX also reminds users that the information provided is for informational and educational purposes only and does not constitute financial advice. The exchange does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information, and users should be aware of the potential risks involved in trading digital assets.

For any inquiries or support, users can reach out to OKX via the support center or through their preferred platform of communication.

As OKX continues to expand its offerings, the listing of RSIC•GENESIS•RUNE (RUNECOIN) demonstrates the exchange's commitment to providing a diverse range of cryptocurrencies for its users to trade and explore.

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