About Huobi

Founded in 2013 in China, Huobi is the world’s leading digital asset trading platform and currently offers trading and investment in more than 100 digital asset pairs. The company now has offices in Hong Kong, Korea, Japan and the United States. In August 2018 it became a publically listed Hong Kong company.

Following a 2017 ban on Bitcoin exchanges by the Chinese government, Huobi stopped Bitcoin withdrawals and shut down its Chinese website, but continued operating overseas as “Huobi Pro”, a Seychelles-registered company. Huobi China continues to operate as a blockchain consulting and research platform.

As of March 2018, Huobi processed around US $1 billion in trades daily.

Huobi Details
Operating Status: Active
Business Type: Private
Founded: 2013
Headquarters: Singapore
CEO: Leon Li
Founders: Jun Du, Leon Li
Huobi News
Huobi Reportedly Plans a Backdoor IPO on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
September 13th, 2019

The Huobi Group plans a backdoor IPO after acquiring a controlling stake in Hong Kong-based electronics manufacturer Patronics Holdings, a public listed company on HKEX.

Coinbase May Soon Launch Its Own IEO Platform and a New Token
September 11th, 2019

Coinbase may launch an IEO platform and issue a proprietary exchange token. Such information has been provided by Kayvon Pirestani, Coinbase’s head of institutional sales in Asia, during Invest: Asia conference on Wednesday.

Bitcoin Falls Below $10,000: Is It a Usual Correction?
August 15th, 2019

Bitcoin (BTC) price has been hovering around $10,000 since late June leaving traders and investors nervously watching for more potential loses. But now it has fallen below this level.

IEO: the Replacement for ICO Raised a Total of 262 Million in 2019
July 23rd, 2019

Though only half of the projects that participated in IEO in 2019 were profitable, the research indicates that the cumulative returns to be garnered over the span of 6 months could amount to 44% ROI.

Binance Jersey List Their Own GBP-Backed Stablecoin
July 20th, 2019

Binance Jersey has listed a proprietary GBP-backed stablecoin that confirmed that the major industry player had its sights on imminently issuing its own fiat-pegged assets, starting with a cryptocurrency 100% backed by the British pound.

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Mike Novogratz Accepts His Mistake of Missing Out On Telegram’s TON Token Sale

Mike Novogratz said that despite Telegram approached him for the TON’s private token sale participation, he refused them multiple time due to his early skepticism about the project.

Electronic Arts (EA) Misleads Crypto Twitter With Seemingly Supportive Tweet

Electronic Arts (EA) is not one of the traditional firms that are going the crypto way. However, a recent tweet from the company sought to mislead the crypto community that it was and succeeded quite well at it.

Right After MasterCard, Bank of America Joins Marco Polo Network

One of the largest banking establishments in North America, Bank of America, has joined the international trade finance blockchain consortium, Marco Polo, with the aim of creating an efficient global trading network.

Bitcoin (BTC) Hash Rate Exceeded 102 Quintillion Ahead of Bakkt Launch on Monday

Bitcoin hash rate has set a new record. It has exceeded 102 quintillion for the first time in history which has become a new milestone for the entire industry.

Huawei Unveils its New 5G Flagship Phone Mate 30 Pro Without Google-Licensed Apps

As it was expected, today, on September 19, Huawei has officially introduced its Mate 30 series. The launched Mate 30 Pro and Mate 30 do not have any preinstalled Google’s services.