Its other features include P2P secure and encrypted messaging system, multi-signature accounts and an Eigentrust++ reputation system. NEM recently went through an impressive increase in price that catapulted it to the apex in market capitalization for crypto. If you intend to buy or recently bought your first XEM, the next step is to send them to your account for storage.
What is Nemchange?
Nemchange is a cryptocurrency exchange for buying and selling NEM tokens called mosaics. The exchange runs on the NEM blockchain, same as ETC20 tokens which run on Ethereum blockchain. Nemchange is the epitome of how users in the NEM fraternity can collaborate to build projects that have the potential to further advance the NEM blockchain. An engineer from Poland and member of the NEM Community called Pavel Polak developed Nemchange,
Nemchange has a simple enough interface which has made it easy to attract over a thousand traders to follow it. Its main selling point from other exchanges is the potential for automatic placement of the NEM mosaic that arrives at the stock exchange purse. It enables traders to buy or sell mosaics before their official listing on any crypto exchanges. A good example includes Loyalcoin (LYL) and ProximaX (XPX) which are both traded for XEM.
Token Pairs to Trade
The NEM platform allows you to trade any available and tradable mosaics created on the platform. Currently, it’s not possible to trade popular crypto coins apart from XEM. In the future, the exchange expects to add popular cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and other coins.
Besides, Nemchange exchange will run a NEM blockchain for future COMSA ICOs. COMSA is a cross-chain router, controller and a conduit for future ICOs that aim to exist in the COMSA system.
Currently, the withdrawals on the Nemchange exchange are operated manually thus it can take longer for a withdrawal to be processed. In the future, the process will be semi-automatic resulting in faster withdrawals. There are no private keys stored on Nemchange servers making it difficult for a hacker to steal your funds. These and other features are some of the benefits of the blockchain.
Every time you make an on-chain transaction, the sender is obliged to pay an additional transaction fee to the mosaic creator. The nature of the mosaic will determine if the fees will be a set percentage or a constant fee. The price is 0.5% anytime you make an order on the exchange. While withdrawing, the price is 3XEM + levy (of mosaic transfer).
What is Levy?
Not all mosaics have a levy in their mechanic. This means that every time a user makes on chain transactions. For example, when withdrawing in Mosaica Exchange or deposit into the exchange, the sender is obliged to pay additional transaction fees to the mosaic creator. But this depends on the mosaic if it’s a percentage fee or a constant fee.
If you have any questions or need to report a bug on the Nemchange exchange, you can contact the creators on the Nemchange Telegram channel.
By Jeff Mwaura, Jeff is Kenyan based freelance writer with focus on technology and finance.