BitOasis, CoinHako exchanges list Bitcoin Cash

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has been listed on two new exchanges this week, in response to growing demand for buying and transacting in the cryptocurrency.

BitOasis, the leading crypto wallet and exchange platform in North Africa and the Middle East, announced it had launched support for Bitcoin BCH earlier on Thursday, with a post on Twitter confirming users could now ‘buy, sell and trade’ in the cryptocurrency.

BitOasis users are able to benefit from 0% fees until the end of April 2018, as part of the rollout of the cryptocurrency on their platform.

In addition to straightforward transactions, the platform also enables market orders, sell limits and place offers for Bitcoin, designed to server those looking to trade in BCH markets.

It follows on from the successful implementation of XRP on the BitOasis platform earlier in the year. Now, with support for Bitcoin confirmed, their customers have finally got the functionality they desired, offering a wider range of cryptocurrencies, as well as Bitcoin, as the best option for payments.

BitOasis’s announcement comes on the same day as Singapore’s CoinHako launched its own wallet for Bitcoin BCH, following strong customer demand for BCH support.

After its creation on August 2017 as a result of a hard fork from the Segwit blockchain, Bitcoin Cash has been an increasingly popular choice for transactions, regarded as a superior technology for payments.

Yet in the interests of due diligence and stability, CoinHako have delayed implementation of their bitcoin wallet, until Thursday.

Recognising the inconvenience a lack of BCH support has caused their customers, CoinHako was keen to welcome the roll-out of support for the cryptocurrency.

“We are always excited to add new technology to our platform and we sincerely hope that you will enjoy this new cryptocurrency. Nevertheless, we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused and for the delay in BCH’s release,” CoinHako said in a blog post.

The news means CoinHako customers across Asia will now be able to join their counterparts in North Africa and the Middle East, in having access to a wider range of options for their Bitcoin BCH wallets and exchange services.

Note: Tokens in the SegWit chain are referred to as SegWit-Coin BTC (inaccurately called Bitcoin Legacy or Core by many) and SegWit Gold (SWG) and are no longer Bitcoin. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is the only true Bitcoin as intended by the original Satoshi white paper.  Bitcoin BCH is the only public block chain that offers safe and cheap microtransactions.