Exchange news for July 5
CoinShark journalists have prepared for you some relevant crypto-sphere news related to exchanges. We are talking about Huobi, BitMEX, Coinbase, FTX and Binance news.
Huobi received a license from FinCEN. The exchange now plans to expand its business in the US by providing legal and secure crypto services.
BitMEX will limit service to Russians living in the EU. She announced this to users via email. Residents of Russia, most likely, will not be affected by the changes.
Coinbase has sold the Coinbase Tracer monitoring program to the US authorities. With its help, the government will be able to track location information and transaction history. The exchange earned $1.36 million from the deal.
Binance plans to delist three altcoins. We are talking about Groestlcoin (GRS), Nebulas (NAS) and GoChain (GO) tokens, which will cease trading on July 8. All trading orders will be automatically deleted. It will be possible to withdraw tokens from the exchange until October 9th.
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