(NEW LISTING) Reflex has been listed on Latoken Exchange (RFX/USDT)

Reflex (RFX) has been listed on Latoken Exchange!

We are happy to announce the official listing of Reflex on Latoken Exchange with the trading pair RFX/USDT.

You will be able to trade and stake RFX directly on the exchange.

What can you do on Latoken Exchange?

  • Deposit and Withdraw RFX on the exchange
  • Trade on the trading pair RFX/USDT
  • Stake dirtectly on the exchange with a 30% APY
  • Free Airdrop
  • Trading Competition

More information about staking, airdrop and trading competition will be shared soon.



*Holders of reflex tokens will be able to exchange their RFXs on latoken.com, which carries out trading and order reception services, according to the conditions signed by users when opening the account.
Our attention to RFX users is such that we must underline some aspects, related to the trading of cryptocurrencies. Trading in real or virtual goods and products, as well as virtual currencies, involves significant risk. Any currency, virtual or not, can be subject to large swings in value and can even become worthless. There is an inherent risk of losses occurring as a result of buying, selling or trading anything on an exchange.

Trading virtual assets and digital assets also presents special risks not generally shared with official currencies, commodities or commodities in a market. Unlike most currencies, which are backed by governments or other legal entities, or by commodities like gold or silver, virtual assets and digital assets are a unique type of asset, backed by technology and trust. There is no central bank that can issue multiple cryptocurrencies or take corrective measures to protect the value of the virtual asset and digital assets in the event of a crisis.
As we know, virtual assets and digital assets are a still autonomous and largely unregulated global system of cryptocurrency companies and individuals.
Trading in Virtual Assets and Digital Assets is often susceptible to irrational (or rational) bubbles or a loss of confidence, which could cause supply to plummet. Trust could also collapse due to technical problems: if the anonymity of the system is compromised, if money is lost or stolen, or if hackers or governments are able to prevent the settlement of any transaction.

The negotiations are always considered final by the exchange, and it is not possible to cancel them once complete, on the exchange markets, except for the possibility of obtaining the conversion of the value of the cryptocurrency purchased into legal tender currency, as expected for any goods marketed at a distance in various legal systems. Given the volatility of the price of cryptocurrencies it would not make sense and it would not be fair to apply it.