Circle Adds EOS to its Platform Poloniex

Circle, a crypto finance company that claims to be a people-centric platform, announced that it will be adding EOS to their exchange platform Poloniex. This news comes along with the introduction of the Circle Asset Framework, a tool created to optimize new cryptocurrency assets which are listed among across Circle’s various products.
The platform is currently accepting EOS deposits and withdrawals, and on August 1st, 2018, trading will be live for EOS/USDT, EOS/BTC, and EOS/ETH pairs. Circle has posted:
“At this time, we are only planning to support EOS mainnet tokens and will not be accepting deposits of the ERC-20 variant or providing conversion to mainnet tokens. In addition, we will not be supporting EOS airdrops for the time being.”
EOS is a crypto token as well as a blockchain platform, the EOS tokens have the ability to give access to bandwidth and data storage on the EOS operating system.
Tristan D’Agosta founder of Poloniex is a US-based cryptocurrency exchange back in 2014, was recently acquired by Circle. The purpose of the acquisition according to Circle is to improve the core product experience and upgrade the performance of the digital exchange.
Circle has set forth to increase the reliability of deposits and withdrawals occurring in the platform by updating their customer onboarding process. The company has also worked towards clearing over 175,000 of their legacy support tickets.
Poloniex is growing and it aims to be the number one destination for virtual asset trading. EOS being listed on the platform will on help it expand.