Bololex

Bololex

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Decentralized: No
Type: Exchange
Bololex
Utility coin: Bolo (BOLO)
Affiliate program: Yes

Website:

Status : Online

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What is Bololex?

“Launched in June of 2020, Bololex is a centralized exchange which supports spot trading. Bololex is a technologically solid and stable platform with high security standards, low fees and versatile funding options.Our key difference is stability and solidity in both user experience and core performance. The aim is to create a stable exchange which is solely dependent on crypto, and does not associate with fiat trading.

We also differentiate ourselves with the gamification of our ecosystem. Our voting program provides a unique gamified experience to users and simultaneously results in democratical decision on listing. 

Furthermore, our newly launched airdrop wheel being a special tool for airdrop distribution provides opportunities for users to play without any charges and win airdrops.”

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The listing on our platform, our verified badge or an exchange using our logo on their website does not mean we endorse the exchange nor does it mean we confirm it is safe to use.
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