Danish bitcoin exchange CCEDK to relaunch as decentralized conglomerate
Danish cryptocurrency exchange CCEDK has signaled that it is to become a hub for a series of “diverse projects” and services, reports Forbes.
The exchange’s current trading platform will wind down this month and be replaced by a “Decentralized Conglomerate.”
These changes follow the recognition that exchanges are expected to provide customers with a variety of services.
“Today, the proliferation of services means that exchanges have to offer added value in order to attract and retain customers: liquidity, leverage, wallet services, trading tools and, more and more, a combination of such facilities,” says an article sponsored by Ronny Boesing and CCEDK on BitScan.com
CCEDK’s new services will include:
- Blockchain Ecosystem – The current exchange will wind down this month and allow customers to make withdrawals through June. Starting July 1st, the site will relaunch with new services including crowdfunding, escrow facilities and marketing. The exchange will be rebranded as “Crypto-Coins Enterprise Denmark.”
- Gateway to OpenLedger – Following the relaunch, CCEDK will shift from its exchange services to become a service center and fiat gateway for the OpenLedger project.
- Supporting Enterprise – CCEDK will sell ICO packages to businesses looking to raise funds. Packages include the creation of a token, BitTeaser advertisements and blog posts written by Obit’s Bloggers’ Club 500.
- ICOO Launch – CCEDK will also launch a new initiative, ICOO, on May 20th. This new asset will allow users to invest in future ICOs and trade proxy tokens before they launch.
“The Decentralized Conglomerate will help accelerate industry through a coordinated Enterprise secured by the blockchain – but is ultimately powered and driven by its people,” said Ronny Boesing, CEO of CCEDK.
Images courtesy of CCEDK
While I believe CCEDK is on the right track,I have issues with companies that close exchanges and give buyers a specific amount of time to withdraw their funds or lose them. Many in the crypto world don’t monitor their exchanges for months at a time. The rule should be to keep an escrow for those who still have balances in CCEDK. The same with open ledger where I bought obits left for a trip and could no longer sign on. I bought early before all the videos and wallet instructions. In the end I gave up, created a new account and refunded it. I was never able to obtain my list obits.
CCEDK is building a foundation that will accommodate a growing but unsteady cybercurrency market. Openledger truly puts the decision making in the hands of users, with no greedy middlemen taking far too much for doing nothing. It is imperative we support CCEDK efforts, stay patient, and assist in expansion. Remember, this is the start of something quite new and exciting, and early participants will be the true beneficiaries in years to come.