Last week there has been a lot to hear about SelfSell. Being it listed among most out of the box ICOs of 2017; or its founder being called to speak at Davos Sub-Forum; or it organising a local meet up at Silicon Valley, the prospects of SelfSell seem good and promising. Though it has now been an established fact that it brings the essence of investment closer to its fundamental, yet, there were gaps regarding its listing and accessibility in potential investors.
Accessibility is very important aspect of Investment. No matter how good an asset is, how much potential it pertains; it must be in the reach of even most basic investor for it to become successful in long run. Therefore, SelfSell had to put itself in the race to be obtainable and tradable for its potential investors. Good News!
SelfSell can now be traded on OKEx cryptocurrency exchange. It is not currently possible to buy SelfSell directly using U.S. dollars. Investors seeking to trade SelfSell must first buy Ethereum or Bitcoin using an exchange that deals in U.S. dollars such as Gemini, Coinbase or GDAX. After that, Investors can then use their newly-acquired Ethereum or Bitcoin to buy SelfSell.
Focused on becoming a regulated global fiat-blockchain asset trading platform offering spot and margin trading, OKEx exclusively trade digital assets. Based out of China and being new in the market, this currency exchange might not be very popular among the investors of West but it is well capitalized with $10 million USD backing from investors like Tim Draper, Ceyuan, and Mandra Capital. Owing to the speculations about Chinese and South Korean Governments regulatory actions in the cryptocurrencies space, OKEx takes those concerns into account really well as it is a regulated platform. The fees at OKEX are probably the lowest in the industry, at the time of writing of this article. There is a 0.03% fee for opening a new position and nothing is charged for the closing transaction. This is a lot better than the average of around 0.20-0.25%, offered by most other exchanges.
On January 25th, SelfSell traded 4.7% higher against the dollar during the 24-hour period. Currently, you can purchase one SelfSell for approximately $0.13 or 0.00001140 BTC on cryptocurrency exchanges. The total supply of SelfSell is 1,000,000,000 coins and it has been trading flat against the dollar in the past few days.