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Altcoin News | IDAX announces Integration with DASH


Mongolian Crypto Exchange IDAX (International Digital Asset Exchange), recently listed DASH including it’s InstantSend feature. With this feature users can now easily buy and sell DASH at IDAX. The exchange is ranked 11th at Coinmarketcap  and it will also provide a 50% waiver for the first free month.

DASH deposits/withdrawals open Thursday, December 6th at 10 am ULAT (GMT +8), and trading will commence on Friday, December 7th at 10 am ULAT.

From the Global Head’s Desk

Bradley Zastrow, Global Head of Business Development at Dash Core Group said,

“We’ve continued to see an increased demand for Dash, and specifically InstantSend, from exchanges. That’s why we’re excited to partner with a leading exchange such as IDAX, as we start to expand our InstantSend footprint globally. We’re now able to offer another trustworthy and convenient way for users to buy and sell Dash, along with the near instant transaction speeds and micro fees. This is just another example of the increasing global demand for Dash – we’re the only proactive cryptocurrency network that focuses on payments with a strong governance model.”

Global Blockchain Research Center (GBC) created IDAX. GBC works in close collaboration with Mongolian Government and in accordance with the Belt and Road Initiative. It focuses mainly on development of blockchain technology and enhancing data research. It is headquartered in downtown Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Covering a total area of 114,000 square meters with a total construction area of about 200,000 square meters. It also includes commercial integrated service area,  high-end residential area, high-tech research and experimental zone, international business offices, and experimental zones. The park is backed by strong support from Mongolian Government. Mongolia is increasingly adopting blockchain and looks forward to a bright future with it. 

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