Digitex Futures launches beta version of commission-free Bitcoin futures exchange

Digitex Futures will launch the beta version of their Bitcoin futures market this week, with a select group of traders being allowed to test the platform

Digitex Futures has begun onboarding traders to the beta version of their platform, with the general public launch being set for the second quarter of 2019.

The beta version offers users the opportunity to trade Bitcoin futures, while Ethereum and Litecoin futures will be implemented during the public release.

CEO and founder of Digitex Futures, Adam Todd, said in a press release: “We’re delighted that the first version of our commission-free exchange is now ready. This period before quarter two public launch will be crucial in ensuring that any bugs are found and reported, that user feedback is taken into consideration, and that all features are working flawlessly. In less than a year, we’ve already done what we said we would and now we’re ready to shoot for more.”

In November, Coin Rivet reported that 500,000 people had signed up to the waiting list for the Digitex Futures beta. The beta is only open to a “small group of traders,” but the company confirmed that they are reopening the waiting list, which now stands at more than 850,000.

Todd added: “With such a massive interest in our exchange, it doesn’t make any sense to keep the waitlist closed. We’re confident of having well over a million traders signed up by the time the exchange goes live. They’ll each be in with a chance of winning free DGTX and we’ll be able to hit the network effect out of the park and ensure a highly liquid exchange with a high number of engaged traders.”

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