OKEx begins delisting, Tron plans to launch TRX Market, Binance launches exchange in Liechtenstein, Huobi opens five exchanges, BTC stickers make troubles, Bloomberg considers mining profitable, Nvidia sees decline in revenue from mining, Paypal failed the mission
- Okex announced they would be delisting and hiding certain token pairs, more than two dozen in total in order ‘to maintain a healthy trading environment and pleasant trading experience on OKEX’.
- According to the ‘rumors’ Tron (TRX) plans to launch their decentralized exchange, TRX Market, and the team behind it have declared their candidacy for Tron’s Super Representative elections.
- Binance has teamed up with Liechtenstein Cryptoassets Exchange to launch Binance LCX — a fiat-to-crypto marketplace based in Liechtenstein.
- At the same time Huobi and its partners are launching cryptocurrency exchanges in five regions: the Philippines, Russia, Taiwan, Indonesia, and Canada.
- Bitcoin is still considered suspicious among such services as customs and airport agents. Security expert Matt Mitchell warns enthusiasts might want to cover up when it comes to stickers and other social advertisements announcing their crypto love.
- Although the price of Bitcoin is declining this year, Bitcoin mining is still profitable enough, according to Bloomberg. However, Nvidia has seen a ‘substantial decline’ in revenue from cryptocurrency miners, the company announced in its Q2 results.
- PayPal has failed in its mission to transform money usage. CFO John Rainey had admitted Bitcoin and cryptocurrency could become ‘as popular as payments’ in future.