HitBTC News

HitBTC is a cryptocurrency exchange that allows trading of over 300 cryptocurrency pairs. The HitBTC exchange was launched in 2013 by Estonian and Israeli specialists and entrepreneurs. More than 40 percent of transactions on the platform are made with Bitcoin (BTC) and there are two interface languages available: English and Chinese. HitBTC has its pros and cons. For instance, service doesn’t require for registration so the account may remain anonymous. However, replenishing an HitBTC account in dollars is possible only after a time-consuming process of verification. There are no HitBTC applications for Android or iOS. Nevertheless, the platform has relatively low fees and strong security properties, which still attract a lot of users.
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Crypto Exchange Liquidity, Explained
Benjamin Crowell
2020-01-23T13:15:00+00:00
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Press Release
HitBTC has just introduced a sub-account feature to its trading platform.
Sub-accounts Are Now Live on HitBTC
2019-12-25T12:20:00+00:00
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Two Canadian brothers hacked the account of a HitBTC user to steal 23 BTC in July 2018, but will now face sentencing for wire fraud.
HitBTC Scammers Face Two Years in Jail for $140K Bitcoin Twitter Fraud
William Suberg
2019-12-17T09:24:00+00:00
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A company providing cloud-based crypto trading software is now compatible with Huobi, an exchange that has an estimated 5 million clients worldwide.
Trading Bot Software Now Supports Six Cryptocurrency Exchanges
Connor Blenkinsop
2019-11-22T12:57:00+00:00
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Explained
Keeping track of your crypto transactions can be crucial for some much-needed peace of mind.
Tracking Bitcoin Transactions, Explained
Connor Blenkinsop
2019-10-31T18:18:00+00:00
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Follow up
Two AT&T employees have been accused of indulging in illegal SIM swap-related activities. Cointelegraph spoke with Seth Shapiro.
The Curious Case of AT&T, Seth Shapiro’s SIM Card and a Stolen $1.8M
Shiraz Jagati
2019-10-26T18:15:00+01:00
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Allegations by Atlas Quantum are unfounded, HitBTC officials say, pointing to incorrect balance formatting in a publicity video.
HitBTC Claims Startup Faked Balances As It Denies Freezing $20M Worth of Crypto
William Suberg
2019-10-03T14:39:00+01:00
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Two Indian-origin Canadians are charged in the U.S. with a $230K Bitcoin fraud using a fake Twitter account of HitBTC exchange.
US Charges Two Canadian Nationals Over Alleged $230K Bitcoin Fraud
Helen Partz
2019-08-23T12:48:00+01:00
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