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The SYL Will Be Listed On Probit

Tue, 04/13/2021 - 08:51
The SYL Will Be Listed On Probit
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Labs is pleased to announce that the launch of SYL, a token issued on the Binance Smart Chain network, will take place on the ProBit Exchange on April 16, 2021.

ProBit Exchange is a crypto-currency exchange based in South Korea that allows the listing of BEP-20 tokens. South Korea is a country that is experiencing a great enthusiasm for cryptocurrencies at the moment and that enjoys a very good regulation.

Founded in 2018 by one of South Korea's largest law firms, Kim & Chang and by the former founder and CEO of Linux International, ProBit now has more than one million users. ProBit Exchange is one of the top 3 exchanges in South Korea and one of the top 30 exchanges in the world.

XSL Labs is proud to launch the SYL, its utility token on a platform that has been providing a reliable and high-quality service to its users for years.

We also take the opportunity of this listing announcement to announce the launch of the development of the SDI for use in Swiss Biometrics biometric access control terminal, to ensure compliance of biometric data processing with GDPR standards. Thanks to this collaboration, Swiss Biometrics' facial recognition technology will be usable while leaving the user in full control of his identity and biometric data thanks to XSL Labs' SDI.

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