BitMart lists native token of Huddl collaborative investment marketplace

BitMart Exchange, a  global digital asset trading platform, has announced the listing of Huddl (HUDDL). HUDDL/BTC and HUDDL/ETH trading pairs will be available starting at 9:00 AM (EDT) on April 3.

To celebrate the listing of HUDDL, from April 3 to April 17, BitMart will hold a daily Balance Bonus and Trading Competition. Participants will have the chance to win a total of 5,000,000 HUDDL Participate now to win the top prize of 500,000 HUDDL.

Huddl is founded by former BlackRock and Mastercard executives, and established Blockchain entrepreneurs. It is the first platform where everyday investors can collaborate, pool their assets and gain access to financial products and services previously only available to the wealthy. Huddl’s mission is to channel the collective aspirations, networks, and buying power of the general public to derive the maximum monetary value from their consumption and investing activities to improve their overall quality of life and wealth.

The lack of access to affordable premium products and services combined with mistrust in financial services and social networks were the key reasons that motivated the founders to build the platform. With Huddl, investors can now get access to premium banking and investment products and services at affordable costs covering the broadest set of opportunities, including high-yield savings accounts, hedge funds, crypto funds, pre-IPO stock, commercial real estate, private banking, wealth management, and financial planning, just to name a few.

“We are delighted to list Huddl on our exchange,” said Sheldon Xia, Founder & CEO of BitMart. “Huddl aims to make banking and investment products accessible to every individual which coincides with BitMart’s philosophy of popularizing blockchain to everyone.”

The Huddl app is slated to release in the US within several weeks with a global rollout to follow soon after. People now can sign up at to gain early access and earn HUDDL token rewards.

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