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Niffler.co Announces Listing Of TUBE As A Trading Pair

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Simulated Cryptocurrency Exchange To List TUBE Token As A Trading Pair

Ottawa, Canada – 31st October 2018 – Simulated cryptocurrency exchange platform, Niffler.co has announced the listing of the BitTube (TUBE) token as a trading pair with immediate effect.

The support for TUBE takes the number of supported cryptocurrencies on the platform to a total of 10, and has been added to the list of other already supported cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Ripple (XRP) and more.

The world’s newest and rapidly growing simulated cryptocurrency exchange was launched earlier this week with a single goal; to educate and teach beginners to trade through hands on, practical guidance while rewarding experienced traders for sharing the knowledge; offering all traders $100k in play currency and an opportunity to show Proof Of Experience™ and earn money by helping to teach others.

Niffler.co is the perfect launchpad for aspiring cryptocurrency traders looking to develop their skills and experience before investing their own capital while also allowing experienced traders the ability to further hone their skills and potentially through “Proof of Experience” earn real money by sharing their knowledge and experience.

BitTube is a fast-growing network designed to empower video creators and live streamers, entertaining far-reaching audiences through a seamless user experience — ad-free and always monetized.

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Niffler.co’s BitTube Top Trader Competition launches on November 2nd at 3PM EST and runs for a duration of two weeks, with the top trader for being awarded $250 in the cryptocurrency of their choice and additional prizes like a Nano Ledger S, $100 in TUBE, swag, etc being awarded to the Top 10 traders overall.

The platform is currently inviting other projects and their tokens to get listed on the exchange to add to the diversity of current trading pairs and encourages interested parties to make contact with the Niffler.co team directly to discuss the opportunity further.

Aidas Keburys, Founder of Niffler.co, has commented on the listing of TUBE, stating, “[Niffler.co couldn’t be more excited to be working with the amazingly talented team and fast growing project BitTube and we are equally as thrilled to be listing TUBE as a trading pair on our simulated exchange, something our users and community have been asking us to do since day one]”

For additional information or for interview requests, please contact:
Aidas Keburys, Co-founder aidas@niffler.co

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