BTSE is pleased to announce the addition of two perpetual futures contracts with up to 20x leverage to its already impressive futures lineup, growing its selection of quality digital assets available to users.
The two are:
1. ENSPFC (Ethereum Name Service Perpetual Futures Contracts)
The Ethereum Name Service (ENS) is a decentralized, open, and adaptable naming platform built on the Ethereum blockchain. It simplifies Ethereum addresses by translating human-friendly names, such as bob.eth, into machine-readable alphanumeric codes commonly used in wallets like MetaMask. Additionally, ENS enables the reverse process, associating metadata and machine-readable addresses with easily understandable Ethereum addresses.
ENS aims to enhance the usability and accessibility of Ethereum-based web services for humans, much like the Internet’s Domain Name Service (DNS) improves overall Internet navigation. Similar to DNS, ENS employs a hierarchical naming structure of dot-separated domain names, granting domain owners full control over their respective subdomains.
2. EOSPFC (EOS Perpetual Futures Contracts)
The EOS Network is a cutting-edge, open-source blockchain platform prioritizing performance, adaptability, security, and developer experience. Powered by the EOS virtual machine, it features an expandable WebAssembly engine, facilitating the execution of near zero-fee transactions. EOS employs a Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) system, distributing authority among stakeholders and node operators.
The network’s appeal stems from its innovative technology and vibrant community, enabling developers to create projects other blockchains cannot support. Additionally, EOS offers an array of user-friendly tools and educational resources, fostering a welcoming environment for newcomers to the blockchain space.
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Learn more about futures trading on BTSE:
- An Introduction to Crypto Futures Trading
- How to Trade Futures Contracts on BTSE
- BTSE Futures: User Interface Guide
- How to Fund Your BTSE Futures Wallet
- BTSE Futures: What Is Leverage and How to Adjust It
- BTSE Futures: What Is Funding Rate?
- BTSE Futures: What Is Liquidation?
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