The race for the dominant stablecoin continues.
Japanese cryptoexchange, which suffered the biggest attack in the history of crypto, has begun accepting new clients.
Cryptoexchange rebuts at the allegations regarding the false USDT stablecoin’s trading volumes, calling the accusers out for their miserable FUD.
After successfully performing the hard fork of Monero last Thrusday, transaction fees for its clients have dropped by incredible 97 percent.
The biggest Brazilian cryptoexchange by trading volume has sacked 20 staff members due to restructuring attempts aimed at operational improvement.
In early October, the dominant cryptoexchange received banking services from HSBC with an in-house account owned by Chinese corporation.
Despite recent BTC sell-off, digital currency financiers are starting to display more optimism regarding the short-term direction of the cryptomarket.