NULS Now Listed on Huobi!

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Huobi (https://www.hbg.com) has just announced that Huobi Global will launch NULS on their platform! Deposits start from 15:00, Dec 13(GMT+8) and NULS/BTC and NULS/ETH trading will be available from 15:00, Dec 14(GMT+8). Withdrawals will be available from 14:30, Dec 17, 2018 (GMT+8).

Huobi Group is a leading global digital asset financial service provider that upholds the idea of “empowering financial services and liberating global wealth” as its mission and “putting users first” as their concept, Huobi Group is committed to providing secure, professional, credible and quality services for its global users. Since its establishment in 2013, Huobi Group has been financed by ZhenFund and Sequoia Capital. Its accumulative turnover has exceeded 1.2 trillion USD and once became the world’s largest digital asset exchange with a global share of 50%. Currently, Huobi Group has invested in more than sixty upstream and downstream enterprises. It has established compliance service teams in Singapore, Japan, South Korea, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Brazil and Hong Kong to deliver its secure and credible digital asset trading and asset management services to millions of users in over 130 countries.

As a leading cryptocurrency exchange in the world, Huobi has its own strict process of reviewing projects and not all of them get approved. NULS getting listed on Huobi is the result of this intense, thorough process, which includes many layers of inspection. This is also of great significance for NULS to promote its international standing as a project of select quality.

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