BitFlyer just announced a couple of hours ago that they have listed Xem today. Biggest exchange by volume in Japan.And there is a competition for anyone that buys a certain amount of xem (or xlm) on 6th of Aug to celebrateCoverage is in Japanese for obvious reasons but google translate worksThat seems bullish for [email protected] @dsquared2https://blog-jp.bitflyer.com/n/n59e9ad3d4ee0
Fantastic news. Wonder if they will add to Bitflyer US site at some point? NEM seems to have a lot of traction problems there.If you didn’t know...Coinbase tracks NEM on their site because it’s in the top 30. They are quick to say that that that does not mean it will be added for trading though.
I'm in the US. Having shilled NEM hard to people in many countries, I can say the problem with US interest isn't entirely unique to US.One thing that I've noticed more here in the states, is that "we" like Vitalik clapping in his unicorn shirt, but are turned off by bureaucratic appearances and closed source code.
as the space matures trading volumes will concentrate to a few major exchanges. Likewise as the space matures the number of legitimate protocols with real uses cases and demand will consolidate and be listed on these exchanges. I wouldn't stress too much in the short term about who is listing XEM, this will happen naturally as the space matures