ZENZO (ZNZ) Listing on StakeCube

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What is StakeCube?

StakeCube has been a one stop shop for many Proof of Stake-based coins for several years. They launched back in June of 2018 as a Proof of Stake pool and have continued to expand their services and tools over time. StakeCube now is home to over 50,000 active users and over 55 listed coins. Some of the services that they offer include: cryptocurrency exchange, *staking pools, and masternode hosting (cold and *hot).

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Benefits & Use Cases

Cryptocurrency Exchange

The StakeCube exchange now has 5 base markets, over 120 trading pairs, arbitrage information and statistics against other exchanges, along with clean and easy to use user interface. For ZENZO specifically, there are 5 trading pairs that include: BTC, LTC, DASH, DOGE, and SCC.

*Staking Pools

StakeCube originally started off as a staking pool, where users could send their coins to a pool, which would stake larger amounts of coins collectively and potentially earn more block rewards for those who participated. Staking pools are a simple method for users to be able to invest without having to manage their funds and try to maximize profit on their own, yet they come with their own set of risks. *ZENZO does not endorse any third-party platform or service that uses custodial wallets or where users don’t have full access to their funds at any given moment. This isn’t to say these third-party platforms are bad or malicious, it is simply a principle that ZENZO was built upon.

Masternode Hosting

There are two ways for users to be able to host their masternodes on StakeCube. Some refer to it as cold hosting and hot hosting.

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ZNZ/BTC Trading Pair on StakeCube (8/8/2020)
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