Decred (DCR) As KuCoin Exchange’s Newest Token Listed

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September 12, 2018 Updated September 12, 2018
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Decred (DCR) announces its listing and availability at KuCoin cryptocurrency exchange market. Traders can now begin depositing with trading pairs which include DCR/BTC and DCR/ETH.

Buying will start at 19:30 (UTC+8) while Selling and Withdrawal at 22:00 (UTC+8). Any trading activities are to be done on KuCoin’s official website,, or to their iOS and Android Application.

About Decred (DCR)

Decred (DCR) is recognized as an autonomous digital token. Its stakeholders are part of the decision-making activities as it has decentralized and sustainable features and is a self-ruling token. This cryptocurrency has set its preferences as having decentralized governance and the structure of settlements on the blockchain.

How Decred (DCR) works

Decred uses a unique hybrid Proof-of-Work and Proof-of-Stake to verify the blocks available. Therefore, the stakeholders or the coin holders are implementing the approvals to the coin miners creating the blocks for rewards. It is a unique system as it ensures that the miners are not there just for the short term profits on their investment in their hardware.

The DCR core team

Decred had a humble origin as it started as a projection posted in April 2013 by Adam Mckenzie. Later, the present project leader and CEO of Company Jake Yacom-Piah acquired, developed it and launched Decred in March 2014.

It has associated with many other members into its team with the lead developer being Dave Collins. The group centers and fully involves in making Decred be the first ever Decentralized Autonomous Entity.

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