MEXC Global Becomes the First Centralized Exchange to Support Fuse Network Natively

 

MEXC Global has integrated the Fuse Network RPC. This enables users to make FUSE deposits and withdrawals to and from MEXC Global directly on the Fuse Network blockchain.

During the last few months, getting Fuse’s native FUSE token listed on major centralized exchanges (CEXs) has been the major focus of the Fuse team. Last November, major CEX MEXC Global with more than 6 million users worldwide in more than 70 countries listed Fuse’s native FUSE token, with deposits and withdrawals supported on the Ethereum mainnet. Trading has since been active on the FUSE-USDT pair.

Now, in a major step for Fuse adoption, MEXC Global has integrated the Fuse Network remote procedure call (RPC) module. This means that it has now become the first centralized exchange enabling deposits and withdrawals of assets on the Fuse Network blockchain natively. FUSE deposits and withdrawals are also still available on Ethereum mainnet.

This allows users wishing to transact and interact with the applications on Fuse Network using the FUSE token purchased on MEXC Global to start doing it immediately without having to bridge FUSE from Ethereum first and paying the high transaction fees on that chain.

About MEXC
Founded in 2018, MEXC Global is known as the exchange of fast and high-performance transaction matching technology. Currently, MEXC Global caters to more than 6 million users in more than 70 countries around the world. It has recently won the title of the best cryptocurrency exchange in Asia at the Crypto Expo Dubai 2021.


About Fuse(FUSE)
Fuse-Network is a fast, decentralized, and low-cost alternative to existing digital payments. Mobile-first Payments & DeFi on an Ethereum-compatible delegated proof of stake Blockchain. Helping power day-to-day mobile payments. Free of intermediaries and powered by a global network of local operators.




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