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Stellar-Based Zero-Fee Decentralized Crypto Exchange StellarX Is Now Fully Launched

StellarX, a Stellar-based zero-fee decentralized crypto exchange has left its beta phase and was fully launched Friday, September 28. The launch was announced in a blog post by Interstellar, the company behind the platform.

The exchange, originally announced in July this year, is based on Stellar’s (XLM) universal marketplace. Stellar is an open-source protocol for cryptocurrency to fiat transfers. Its own cryptocurrency XLM is currently the 6th largest, with a market cap of $4.8 billion, according to CoinMarketCap.

Comparing itself to Robinhood, a major U.S. financial services provider that started offering zero-fee crypto trading in February of this year, StellarX has stressed that using its platform costs the users “nothing.” This is due to the company’s promise to “refund [all network fees].”

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