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On January 23, 2018 at 10:00 pm (UTC +8), TideBit, a Hong Kong and Taipei-based cryptocurrency exchange, has announced they will begin trading Qlink (QLC) with BTC, ETH and NEO pairs.

In addition to Bitcoin, NEO, and Ethereum, TideBit also supports Ripple, Litecoin, Monero, and Zcash. Further, the cryptocurrency exchange aims to expand their services to Korea, Singapore, and the United States.

TideBit seeks to have among the lowest fees of cryptocurrency exchanges. The various crypto-to-crypto and fiat-to-crypto/crypto-to-fiat fees can be found here.

The TideBit trading announcement comes on the heels of other recent Qlink announcements, which include a new version of the Qlink Wi-Fi sharing dApp (1.0.3), seeking to expand their team, and an interview with Susan Zhou on Investing.com.

The Qlink Wi-Fi sharing dApp (1.0.3) was released on January 20, 2018, and has the following updates:

1. Pricing settings for roistered Wi-Fi assets are largely enriched.
2. Improvements on the peer-to-peer protocol.
3. Redesign of the UX of Wi-Fi registration and Wi-Fi sharing functionalities.
4. Major improvements to the UI.
5. Minor issues fixed.

In upcoming versions of the application, the Qlink team seeks increased wallet functionality to buy QLC and NEO within the dApp; establish automatic QLC transfers between the asset owner and users; a tipping model for Wi-Fi sharing and diversified virtual private network (VPN) telecom service.

As Qlink continues to further refine their application and broaden their market reach, the organisation is seeking a new Marketing Manager. Responsibilities will be primarily comprised of marketing support and community management. Resume and cover letter can be sent to Susan Zhou.

Lastly, COO of Qlink, Susan Zhou was recently interviewed on Investing.com to provide insight into broader Asia-wide cryptocurrency regulation.

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