The head of global crypto exchange OKEx’s mining pool – OK Pool – has spoken in support of Bitcoin SV (BSV) and promised the company would work to build expansion of the asset in China.
Alina Yao, head of OK Pool, said her team was fully committed to helping Bitcoin Satoshi’s Vision (BSV) grow in the region.
OK Pool offers a high yield and gives priority to the interests of miners, elements that would aid Bitcoin SV’s objective, Alina said.
She added the aim was: “Although BSV is not very well-known in China, with the help of OKEx as a global leading digital assets exchange, our mining pool will take a multi-pronged approach to fully support BSV in terms of mining, trading activities and market mechanism.”
Speaking at Beijing’s Bitcoin SV conference on September 7, Alina said the companies could look forward to a “rosy future” together.
“Today I am here to look towards a very rosy future for BSV. You may, in fact, recall my excitement about a Bitcoin cash hard fork project on 15 November 2018,” she said.
“At that time, I could imagine that one day, like today, I would have an opportunity to share with you some stories about BSV.
“BSV aims to restore the original Satoshi protocol and maintain its stability while largely increasing its on-chain capacity, in the hope that BSV itself will become a global currency and its ledger will be the largest public one over the world.
“I hope we will witness that moment together in future. Therefore, as a world leading exchange platform, we wish we will grow in sync with BSV amid challenges.
“Our mining pool’s principle fits in with BSV’s objective, which is being central to miners’ and users’ interests.”
OK Pool is part of global cryptocurrency exchange OKEx, which is recognized as one of the biggest digital asset exchanges in the world, offering customers a range of services including spot trading, futures contracts, and perpetual swap trading.
The exchange serves millions of customers each day, and is reported as handling nearly $700 million in adjusted trading volume in the past 24 hours, according to CoinMarketCap.
To find out more about OK Pool visit: www.okex.com/pool