Ethereum Classic Makes Its Way Onto Chinese Exchange Huobi

Ethereum Classic Makes Its Way Onto Chinese Exchange Huobi

Due to popular demand, another major exchange is listing Ethereum Classic, giving Chinese traders more access to the market via ETC/fiat pairs. If trends are to be followed - more exchanges will follow suit. Classic listing. Huobi shared somewhat of a surprise announcement to traders that Ethereum Classic will begin trading on July 13 at 12:00 GMT +8 and ETC deposits will begin 24 hours earlier on July 12. The exchange is giving traders who deposit early incentives such as bonuses for deposit volumes and trading volumes. Ethereum Classic was selected due to popular demand based on a vote....


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