Cryptology Exchange Announces the First-Ever Exclusive Exchange Listing of Izetex (IZX), the “Pokemon Go of Blockchain”

29 October 2018, Singapore – Cryptology Exchange, a community-centric cryptocurrency exchange based in Singapore has announced the listing of Izetex (IZX) on its platform, marking IZX’s first-ever exclusive exchange listing.

Users can now trade IZX exclusively at Cryptology Exchange, with the trading pair IZX/ETH. Deposits and withdrawals for IZX are also available.

Touted the “Pokemon Go of Blockchain”, Izetex (IZX) is an innovative open blockchain platform where users can immerse themselves in the augmented reality world, participating in partners’ campaigns and hunting for tokens. Through gamification and virtual reality, IZX creates an augmented reality world with no geographical boundaries – creating equal opportunities for everybody: advertisers, game developers and players alike. For instance, advertisers can now advertise their products and offerings in a fun and interactive manner while players can chance upon entertaining advertisements through tokens giveaways and campaigns while navigating the fun augmented space.”

Maksim Lazarenko, CEO and Co-founder at IZX said, “IZX team expresses sincere gratitude for a successful start of cooperation to Cryptology family. We are very happy to be part of this partnership and absolutely sure it will be productive. Exciting plans and innovative solutions are ahead. IZX and Cryptology will create larger prospects for all crypto world together!”

Mr Herbert Sim, Chief Commercial Officer at Cryptology Exchange commented, “We are pleased to announce IZX exclusive new listing with Cryptology Exchange. As a Community Exchange, we are always looking to introduce our communities to innovative projects with real world usage. We warmly welcome our friends at IZX to the Cryptology family and look forward to a meaningful partnership!”

Project listing on Cryptology is free at the moment and subject to a stringent assessment and evaluation by Cryptology Lab, Cryptology’s research arm. Interested projects can apply for listing through this link.