Jupiter Exchange Token Listing on Top CEXs

Interest in JUP has continued to increase ahead of its launch on Wednesday, with several leading crypto exchanges ready to list the token for spot and perpetuals trading. 

The long-anticipated Jupiter Exchange native token is set to go live on January 31 alongside its phase one community airdrop distribution. Despite the Jupiter team not pushing for centralized exchange (CEX) listings for JUP, many CEXs have independently announced plans to list the crypto token on their platforms. 

The Seychelles-headquartered Bitmex exchange was the first CEX to announce the token listing. Notably, the popular exchange launched a pre-IEO futures trading for JUP on January 24, urging users to trade the market before its scheduled JUP/USDT spot trading opens. 

On January 26, Bybit tweeted that the JUP/USDT spot trading pair will go live on January 31 once liquidity requirements are met, with spot grid bots function also available. To mark the upcoming listing, Bybit rolled out an exclusive event for users with a 48,000 USDT prize pool, a Tuesday announcement revealed. 

Likewise, MEXC disclosed on Monday that JUP will be listed against USDT in its platform’s Assessment Zone at 3:00 pm (UTC) on January 31. BitMart exchange was also thrilled to announce the “primary listing” of JUP at 4:00 pm (UTC) on its launch day. With deposit already enabled, SuperEx noted that JUP trading will be opened in its innovation zone at 15:10 UTC on Jan. 31. 

At the time of writing, many other crypto exchanges have announced the listing of crypto asset for spot trading post-launch, including KuCoin, HTX, Gateio, Bitrue, OKX, etc. Meanwhile, the two largest crypto exchanges by trading volume — Binance and Coinbase — are yet to announce listing the Jupiter Exchange token at press time.

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