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Formerly 3rd largest Chinese exchange open again after relocating and rebranding

Chinese crypto exchange BTC China was established in 2011 and was run Bobby Lee who was formerly Vice President of Innovation for Walmart’s e-commerce service in China. It was amongst the leading 3 cryptocurrency exchanges in China prior to the domestic regulative restriction on Digital Property associated exchanges made it hard for regional companies to keep running.

After its closure a Hong-Kong based blockchain mutual fund has actually purchased the business and chose to rebrand and relaunch it. Inning accordance with an announcement launched in the Second of July, the business has actually begun running once again and began its brand-new platform, furthermore it will provide an own native token this time much like exactly what Binance, Huobi and OKEx have actually been doing.

BTCC appears to target a various audience today as the exchange is presently signed up in London. The platform is providing BTC, BCH, ETH and LTC– USD trading sets presently, no main info about any extra coins yet. A brand-new point-based system is discussed on the site which information that a native BTCC token will be presented that will work as a benefit for users who make points by advertising activities such as referring the website to pals.

For a minimal amount of time BTCC will be approved for registration (+1000 BTCC) and confirmation (+3000 BTCC), for the very first deposit (+3000 BTCC) and for trading too. Another great news is that the exchange provides a zero-fee trading for the very first 3 months.

The business declares that additional strategies consist of presenting a global BTCC mining swimming pool and a Mobi wallet software application, more in-depth info can be discovered here and here.

To see the exchange, check out the main site:


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Written by Ravi Gupat

Ravi grew up in India and graduated in Economics. He is a serial entrepreneur who has founded and exited several companies in tech and media over the past 15 years. He is also an early stage investor and advisor in various blockchain-based companies.


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