What Ban? China's Crypto Exchanges Didn't Just Survive – They're Thriving1471.89

According to Robin Zhu, chief operating officer at Huobi, one of three major crypto exchanges based in China at the time, the regulators had an ulterior motive that January day. Not to be deterred, exchanges such as Huobi have continued to thrive, finding new ways to grow their business. In San Francisco, the company's new office is focusing on research and fostering blockchain startups, but Huobi has also employed compliance experts that as well, hinting at a possible crypto service launch in the U.S. too. According to Huobi's data, as of Feb. 24, the HADAX platform has collected 8.5 million HT from 104,308 users who have cast a total of 85 million votes for 75 different crypto assets.
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