Bitfinex digital currency exchange has revealed that it’ll delist 87 trading pairs that have had consistently low liquidity to streamline the trading experience
Bitfinex crypto exchange has delisted close to 50 trading pairs over low liquidity in a bid to ensure a more streamlined trading experience for its users.
$200 million of the $700-million loan have now been paid, but a DDoS attack has cramped the exchange’s operations.
From central bank digital currency to more regulatory oversight, the crypto space continues moving forward.
A court in the U.K. ordered Bitfinex to seize the tokens following an extortion scam which saw the victim paying $950,000 in BTC.
England is looking into digital currencies, India to explore blockchain in securities and Turkish city developing digital currency and more in this week’s edition
The rumor that the transaction came from the Tulip Trust III began when a fake tweet from whale_alerts claiming that Dr. Wright had moved 1 billion BTC.
Granted a subpoena, Bitfinex will be able to dig into Crypto Capital’s records and obtain documents that will help determine where at least some of the money is.