Just one week after Tron (TRX) was added to WazirX, “India’s most trusted Bitcoin exchange”, it has been included by Zebpay, further increasing its availability to Indian investors.

Before the announcement came through, Zebpay teased its followers with encouragements to guess which currency would be added. “They say this currency could moon,” they wrote, “but how would we know?

From tomorrow the option to buy, sell and hold Tron will be made available to all Zebpay customers.

Zebpay also added Omisego (OMG) for trading as of today. Omisego’s goal is to increase financial inclusion and “bank the unbanked” through its decentralized OMG network. Plenty of ICOs have claimed that Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin is one of their advisors; in OmiseGo’s case, it is actually true.

OMG added to Bithumb

This has been a big couple of months for Omisego, which joined up with Buterin in March to donate $1 million of OMG tokens to stateless refugees.

In a further sign of the rise in OmiseGo’s significance, Bithumb, South Korea’s biggest crypto-exchange, has announced that as of today it will be possible to trade OmiseGo (OMG) on its platform. The OmiseGo team credited their community for the listing, saying that “public demand has spoken”.

The exchange is also supporting an OmiseGo airdrop with all customers who hold more than 0.1 ETH receiving OMG at a rate of 0.075 OMG to 1 ETH.

Bithumb is also listing Kyber Network (KNC), a project aiming to build a decentralised platform for “the exchange and conversion of digital assets” such as ERC-20 tokens. It too has Buterin as an advisor.  

OmiseGo is up on the news, now trading around $18.40 at time of writing, off from a peak of $21.37 after the announcement hit.

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