@canesin “It is currently unknown if we will launch with BTC support or not, our priority is having ETH and NEO cross-chain. There is parallelism with some of the tasks being done, so this is not far fetched as some may imagine.”
I’d like to quote the founder of Bitmax exchange George Cao:
“We want to decouple from ETH… I am happy we don’t have BTMX/ETH pair. Otherwise the price wouldn’t be as stable as it is now.”
Can you comment on why the focus on ETH and not BTC starting out? Although I understand Bitmax is a trade-driven mining platform which is completely different from NEX, their strategic decision to not pair their BTMX token with ETH is to minimize the risk of selling pressure which would cause their native token to dump.
And to add to my initial question, why the decision to delay BTC support?