BitHumb News

BitHumb is one of the most popular cryptocurrency trading platforms in South Korea. The BitHumb exchange was founded by BTC LTD company in 2013 and now is headquartered in Seoul. BitHumb is one of the leaders among the cryptocurrency trading companies in South Korea and Japan in terms of trading volume. Almost all options of BitHumb are oriented on Asian countries. Almost all popular cryptocoins are available, but the only available fiat currency there is the Korean Republic’s won. BitHumb fees for transactions are about $0.15 and don’t depend on the transaction’s amount. The platform has a difficult process of verification and other security properties. Nevertheless, the exchange was hacked in 2017 and it affected three percent of users. However, it was not a problem of security, as the access was made from a BitHumb employee’s PC.

A Thai firm claims that Bithumb’s Hong Kong subsidiaries caused it serious damage by unilaterally halting its business in Thailand.
Bithumb Hong Kong subsidiaries reportedly face civil suit from Thai partner
Helen Partz
After introducing staff-related trading restrictions a while ago, Bithumb will soon completely ban its employees from using its platform to trade crypto.
Bithumb to ban employees from trading crypto on its platform
Helen Partz
Altcoin Watch
Klaytn bulls ignored a deadly moving average crossover after assessing KLAY's upcoming listing on Binance.
Klaytn death cross debut coincides with a 57% KLAY price pump
Yashu Gola
Both Coinone and Bithumb have reopened their customer centers in the capital city in response to a surge in domestic interest in cryptocurrencies.
Top Korean crypto exchanges reopen brick-and-mortar customer centers
Marie Huillet
A smart contract platform aimed at the decentralized finance market seeks to make it easy to transfer DApps from clogged, expensive Ethereum to Polkadot.
Project to provide easy-to-use multichain wallet and Ethereum-to-Polkadot bridge
Connor Sephton
A platform that enables gamers to mine cryptocurrencies using their PCs is expanding into South Korea and is adding new features for its hundreds of thousands o...
Why this platform could be a game-changer as crypto booms in South Korea
Connor Sephton
Market Analysis
Is a surging premium in South Korea a top signal or a sign that the Bitcoin rally is only getting started?
Kimchi premium hits 11% — Is Bitcoin now in a 2017-esque retail stage of the cycle?
Joseph Young
Naver is reportedly looking to strengthen its position in the crypto industry with a potential equity stake in South Korea’s largest crypto exchange.
South Korean internet giant Naver reportedly joins Bithumb stake race
Helen Partz

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