November 15, 2018 － ChainRift is committed to bringing value to the cryptocurrency ecosystem by contributing to promising projects wherever we can. We are pleased to announce our involvement with the like-minded team at Worbli, a sister chain of the EOS mainnet, and delighted to become the very first exchange to list WBI (Worbli token).
What is a sister chain?
A sister chain is a blockchain that uses the EOSIO software but has its own native token used for resource allocation. A couple of EOS sister chains are either live, in beta testing, or currently being built. Worbli is one of them. Worbli uses their own token for governance, resource allocation and block producers (“BPs”) compensation.
What is Worbli?
Worbli is a financial services network where enterprises and individuals can access a broad range of services. Their blockchain ecosystem leverages EOSIO software and is capable of hosting a variety of decentralized applications (dApps) with a heavy focus on financial innovation, security, reliability, and compliance.
Most of you are already aware that Worbli has “sharedropped” 1 Billion WBI tokens to the EOS Mainnet Community in September 2018. Then what?
- On November 1, 2018, Worbli launched its network. The chain is now live and blocks are being produced.
- On November 21, 2018, users will be able to create and verify their Worbli accounts through its portal. Verified users will be able to claim their sharedrop.
Want to know more about the WBI sharedrop? Here are some key questions answered:
Our stance on digital asset listings
We pride ourselves on making a point of considering each user request or partnership opportunity with extreme care. Everything has to fit into our overall philosophy of providing our user base with a high-quality list of promising crypto assets while maintaining compliant with any regulatory pressures.