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Cryptocurrencies did not become popular in Hong Kong after the protests

The crisis in Hong Kong did not motivate the population to actively use cryptocurrencies. The results on Twitter published LongHash resource.


Hong Kong residents ignore cryptocurrency trading

Analysts suggested that the ongoing strikes in Hong Kong would motivate residents to resort to virtual currencies. However, activity on cryptocurrency exchanges remained low. The results of the visit and the conclusion of transactions do not differ from those that were recorded before the start of the protests.

LongHash research proves that Hong Kong traders use Chinese exchanges.

After adding the Hong Kong dollar in December 2018, the Coinsuper exchange did not have more customers on the platform. Experts noted that tradingTrading
– is an economic term that means the process of independent trade, independent analysis of the market and the conclusion of trade transactions.Details
volumes, on the contrary, declined after the crisis began, as the latest cryptocurrency news notes. 

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Editor: Daria Mukhina


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