JAKARTA – Luno announced that it has added two crypto assets to its platform, namely Chainlink (Link) and Uniswap (Uni).
In terms of benefits and functions, Chainlink acts as a blockchain-based intermediary that helps ethereum and other cryptocurrency networks to access data from real life.
Chainlink has opened partnerships with a number of large companies, including Google, while Uniswap was built as a solution to the DEX (Decentralized Exchange) liquidity problem.
Through Uniswap, everyone who owns an Ethereum wallet can exchange tokens without involving a third party.
Last year, Uniswap made more than US$500 billion in direct transactions between its customers.
Customers of this app can buy, sell and store two new coins, Link and Uni, in addition to other available crypto assets.
With increasing interest in and adoption of crypto asset application technologies globally, Luno wants to ensure its nine million customers have access to a wider range of investment opportunities.
Luno Indonesia Country Manager, Jay Jayawijayaningtiyas said, “Through the addition of Link and Uni, we are trying to provide access to a more diverse range of crypto assets for our customers.
“However, we stick to our principle of only offering blue chip crypto assets that are proven to be safe and can invest in more crypto assets of choice,” he said, Thursday (17/3/2022).
Although both of them have met the criteria and security standards in this application, this does not guarantee the potential profit of the two coins as an investment instrument.
Prior to launching a crypto asset on its platform, Jay said it carried out a series of selection and assessment processes covering factors such as security, compliance and utility.
However, it is always advisable for anyone wishing to invest in crypto assets to research and collect crypto asset information independently before investing in crypto assets of interest.
“Every crypto asset that we will launch and make available on our platform requires careful technical review and legal provisions in accordance with the regulations of the Commodity Futures Trading Regulatory Agency or CoFTRA,” said Jay.