Netcoins NIO listing Announcement picked up by NASDAQ and Bloomberg
Netcoins, a publicly traded company out of Vancouver, Canada recently announced it will list Autonio’s NIO token. As of August 30, 2018, NIO will be available at Netcoins retail locations throughout Australia, Canada, and Europe in addition to their OTC exchange. The listing announcement was recently picked up on both the NASDAQ and Bloomberg newswires.
The listing will make Autonio available to thousands of people worldwide, and substantially lower the barrier of entry by adding three ways to purchase NIO with fiat. Once the listing is active, NIO can be purchased from any of Netcoins virtual ATMs, by using store-bought vouchers which can be redeemed later online, or by using their dedicated OTC desk for orders of $1000 or more.
Autonio Co-founder, Ali Raheman, discussed the partnership with Netcoins, “The entire Autonio team is excited about the partnership with Netcoins as this alliance makes our native token NIO easily accessible to thousands of users. Netcoins shares a similar vision to us and is passionate about building powerful solutions to serve the community.”
“The NIO platform has great potential to take advantage of AI for crypto traders,” said Netcoins CEO Mark Binns. “The exposure that Netcoins brings to NIO will help them reach adoption goals while giving our community another coin to invest in and utilize, creating a win-win.”
Over the last several months Autonio has been working to make the Autonio platform and the NIO token more accessible to people around the world. The recently announced Netcoins listing and recent coverage in Bloomberg and NASDAQ newswires show that these efforts are beginning to show results.
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