Is Atlas ATS Introducing Litecoin Trading to its Exchange Platform?


Is Atlas ATS Introducing Litecoin Trading to its Exchange Platform? – A freshly-published post on Reddit – authentic or not – is speaking of Atlas ATS’s plans to launch a new currency exchange platform Atlas 2.0 in Hong Kong and North America, which will feature Bitcoin, and Litecoin trading as well.

The perfectly-roasted news though do not hold any strong grounds, as no official statement has been made by the Atlas ATS’s office yet, but raises considerable chances if one takes the company’s past ventures into context. The New York based digital currency marketplace is well renowned for its innovative products and services that are all centered on cryptocurrency community.

The Reddit user “karljt” also mentions that this news is only shared with the existing Atlas ATS’s customers via mail. Karljt has said that ATS is sending previews of its soon-to-be-launched cryptocurrency exchange platform only to its existing customers, so as to show gratitude for support and loyalty.


As mentioned in the post, “The new platform provides trading for major alternative digital currencies, derivative products, a new multi-signature transaction wallet and a larger selection for advanced order types for clients using the FIX interface.” Atlas ATS is also offering its first 100 clients an ample $10 credit. The credit will be liable to only those clients who will place their trades on the newly available alt-coins.

Earlier, a similar rumor was also spread on Reddit, mentioning the Chinese Bitcoin Exchange Huobi to commence Litecoin Trading in it services. It was not taken well back then by other users, with many users even calling it “fake” and “nonsense”. Though weeks later, Houbi announced to add Litecoin trading, just as the rumor suggested.

While we can’t simply predict that history will repeat itself, but the probability says that it will. We might soon hear an official announcement from Atlas ATS, about their additions of Litecoin and other altcoins to its currency exchange platform.

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