OKX Announces Listing of Tensor (TNSR) for Spot Trading

Luisa Crawford  Apr 08, 2024 14:02  UTC 06:02

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OKX, a prominent cryptocurrency exchange, has recently unveiled its decision to include Tensor (TNSR) on its spot trading market, as per an official announcement on April 8, 2024. The exchange has provided a detailed schedule for the TNSR trading activities:

TNSR deposits will be open for users to make at 4:00 am UTC on April 8, 2024.

The TNSR/USDT spot trading pair will be available for trading at 3:15 pm UTC on the same day.

TNSR withdrawals will be permitted starting from 3:15 pm UTC on April 9, 2024.

Tensor Protocol, which operates on the Solana blockchain, is an autonomous protocol based on smart contracts. Its primary objective is to establish seamless connections between NFT marketplaces and their respective users, enabling efficient interaction among collectors, buyers, and sellers.

Here are some essential details regarding the Tensor (TNSR) asset:

Asset name: Tensor

Ticker: TNSR

Maximum supply: 1,000,000,000

Contract: TNSRxcUxoT9xBG3de7PiJyTDYu7kskLqcpddxnEJAS6

Participants in the digital asset market should exercise caution due to the inherent risks associated with such assets. The volatile nature of digital assets exposes traders to potential high levels of risk. Additionally, these assets may become illiquid at any given time, and investors should be aware that they could face the complete loss of their investment. OKX strongly advises traders to conduct comprehensive research and assess their risk appetite before engaging in any digital asset trading activities.

It is important to note that the information provided in the announcement serves solely for informational and educational purposes. OKX does not provide any guarantees regarding the accuracy or completeness of the information, nor does it constitute financial, investment, or any other form of advice. Traders should also ensure compliance with local laws and regulations before participating in any trading activities.

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