OKX Enters BONE Top 15 Holders List, Post Voting Event For Shiba inu ecosystem coin ‘BONE’ Listing.
Etherscan.io has revealed that OKX, a leading cryptocurrency trading platform, has amassed an impressive 1,711,001 (1.71M) Bone ShibaSwap (BONE), worth $1,610,188 ($1.61M) in the past 24 hours.
This accumulation, achieved through multiple transactions, has catapulted OKX into the 13th largest holder of BONE, following in the footsteps of Crypto.com and MEXC Global, both based in Singapore.
The accumulation spree began after OKX launched a special voting event inviting users to vote for their favorite meme token project to be listed on the exchange. The voting event features five of the most popular meme tokens, including ArbDoge AI (AIDOGE), BONE, Bonk (BONK), Optimus AI (OPTI), and Pepe (PEPE).
Calling all #memecoin lovers 💚
🗳 VOTE to get your favourite meme tokens listed on #OKX!
🔘 $AIDOGE @ArbDogeAI
🔘 $BONE @Shibtoken
🔘 $BONK @bonk_inu
🔘 $OPTI @OptimusAI_Token
🔘 $PEPE @pepecoineth
🤩 Up to 3 tokens with the highest votes will be listed
— OKX (@okx) April 21, 2023
To give users more control over the platform, OKX has announced that it will list the top three tokens with the highest number of votes. To participate, users must deposit more than 10 USDT equivalents of any competing tokens to their OKX accounts.
Notably, the exchange has also stated that the token listing will be prioritized if the total voters of a project reach 5,000 or more, making it clear that users can significantly impact the final results.
The ongoing event will end at 06:00 am UTC on April 24th, 2023. Results will be announced on the same day at 10:00 am UTC.
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