Telos announces TLOS listing and commencement of trading on KuCoin exchange

Telos has listed its TLOS token on leading crypto exchange, Kucoin. Following recent traction on DEXs including UniSwap and PancakeSwap, the TLOS listing on Kucoin broadens availability of the token to a larger pool of investors as this move represents the token’s first appearance on a mainstream exchange. 

Deposits opened on KuCoin at 6 pm UTC+8 on May 16. Trading pairs include TLOS/USDT and TLOS/BTC, with initial support for ERC-20, followed by BEP-20. 

“We’re proud to announce the arrival of TLOS on Kucoin’s leading exchange,” says Douglas Horn, Telos chief architect. “It’s now easier than ever for investors to participate in the Telos ecosystem, which has been rapidly growing over the past two years thanks to innovative development and the ongoing launch of world-class applications. We’re excited to create this opportunity for investors who don’t trade on AMMs to now get in on Telos easily.” 

Unlike most entities in the crypto ecosystem, Telos embraces the responsibility of traditional organisations by providing regular updates to its community, including recently launched quarterly calls that address the status of its technical roadmap. This technical development makes Telos the most advanced blockchain software for smart contracts and decentralized applications. Telos’ governance structure gives developers and community members control of the platform to a greater extent than any comparable blockchain, rather than a centralised entity, small groups, or individual whaled and these governance functions are made available to any Telos developers to use in their own DApps via the Telos Decide governance engine.  

In addition to speed, capacity and zero transaction fees, Telos has many advantages over other platforms that make it the most advanced blockchain software for smart contracts and decentralized applications. Telos’ governance structure gives developers and community members control of the platform to a greater extent than any comparable blockchain, rather than a centralized entity, small groups, or individual whales, and these governance functions are made available to any Telos developers to use in their own DApps via the Telos Decide governance engine. The Telos network currently supports 10,000 transactions per second (TPS) with zero transaction fees, compared to Ethereum’s 14 TPS with fees.  


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