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Binance will Launch NEO/USDT Futures, Users can Choose up to 50x Leverage

Binance to Come up with NEO/USDT Futures

Recently, Binance declared that it will launch a brand new futures product tracking the crypto coin, NEO. Further, Binance Futures users will now be able to select up to 1x to 50x leverage.

As per the report published on Binance on February 16,

Binance Futures will launch NEO/USDT perpetual contract, with trading opening at 2020/02/17 08:00 AM (UTC). Users will be able to select between 1-50x leverage.

The fees specified by Binance on trades on the contract are 2 percent base initial margin charge, 1 percent base margin charge, and 0.5 percent liquidation charge.

Binance information page on NEO summarizes that this crypto asset is an open-source platform supported by its network, which uses smart contracts, blockchain, and use digital identities to automate and digitize asset management. At first, NEO launched blockchain in 2016 and is anticipated to upgrade Neo3 (Third version) this year.

Neo uses a distributed network and aims to build a smart economy by creating infrastructures, known as the next-gen internet and by creating a solid infrastructure for mass blockchain adoption.

NEO was launched in 2016 and the Neo MainNet has been operating for over 3 years. Neo’s third version has been expected to launch before the end of this year; a robust execution with higher throughput, improved security and stability, with an enhanced smart contract system with improved infrastructure. Moreover, these improved features are set to enhance developer adoption and to speedup enterprise-grade blockchain innovations.

John Gage
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John Gage joined CoinNewsPulse as a subeditor and analyst, with five years of experience as a technical analyst across cryptocurrencies and exchanges. He has keen interest in economic research and latest crypto based solutions for seamless trading experience. He loves to curate pieces of technical analysis, reviews on leading cryptocurrencies and various exchanges.

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