News Update: 13/03/20

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                1.Huobi Releases New Mobile App for Crypto Trading

                2.Japan FSA Launches Global Blockchain Governance Initiative


1.Huobi Releases New Mobile App for Crypto Trading

Cryptocurrency exchange Huobi has launched a new non-commission trading mobile app called Huobi Lite that lets anybody trade major cryptocurrencies including bitcoin .The announcement is published via official press release on huobi blog post on March 10, 2020.


The new app will permit anybody to trade major cryptocurrencies on Android and iOS without fees or commissions. Huobi Lite gives users with a simplified method to trade cryptocurrencies with fiat currencies including the US Dollar (USD), Vietnamese Dong (VND), Malaysian Ringgit (MYR), Hong Kong Dollar (HKD), and Chinese Yuan (RMB) via various payment methods, including credit cards.


Huobi Releases New Mobile App for Crypto Trading


The app as of now supports BTC, ETH, USDT, HT, EOS, BCH, XRP, LTC, and HUSD, with additional to be included what’s to come.


Ciara Sun, VP of Global Business at Huobi says:-

“Huobi Lite gives users a simpler way to trade crypto without sacrificing the trust, performance, and security they’ve come to expect from other Huobi products.” “The current process of buying and selling cryptocurrencies can be unnecessarily complex for the average person, so we’re distilling the experience down to a few easy steps,”


Huobi Lite is focused to providing users most elevated level of security.24/7 security observing, access to worldwide market liquidity, and a dedicated 20,000 BTC security reserve fund furnish Huobi users with unmatched security for their benefits.


About Huobi Group

Huobi Group is a leading worldwide blockchain company Established by Leon Li in 2013, the organization’s  Huobi Global trade collective turnover exceeds US $3 trillion.


2.Japan FSA Launches Global Blockchain Governance Initiative

Japan’s FSA (Financial Services Agency) has announced the launch of a new worldwide network – the ‘Blockchain Governance Initiative Network’, or BGIN (articulated‘BEGIN’). The announcement is published by means of FSA news post.


BGIN aims to give an open and neutral circle for all blockchain partners to extend common understanding and address issues they face so as to achieve reasonable improvement of the community as a whole.


The expressed points of the new networks are:

  • to make an open, global and neutral platform for multi-stakeholder dialogue
  • to develop a common language and understanding among stakeholders with diverse perspectives
  • to build academic anchors through continuous provision of trustable documents and codes based on an open source-style approach


The activity additionally would like to build up a “common language among stakeholders with diverse perspectives” and assemble a network of open-source information sharing. The JFSA will participate in the BGIN as a stakeholder.


JFSA includes that the BGIN is in accordance with its G20 Osaka declaration.BGIN is welcoming interested parties to join the new initiative by emailing

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