Cryptocurrency exchange Huobi announced last week the launch of its own public blockchain protocol, Huobi Chain Project (HCP).
The exchange – founded in Singapore – declared it will invest an initial of 30 million Huobi Tokens, worth around $ 174 million, in order to develop its most ambitious project to this day. In addition, it launched a contest to select the group of leaders that will be in charge of the plan.
In order to make the selection, it will be implemented the “Huobi Chain Superhero Championship Program (HCSCP)”, an initiative that

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