Cryptocurrency exchange Huobi, formerly based in China, is about to open an office in the Silicon Valley, US.
Huobi, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges that was originally founded in China, has revealed its plans to open an office in San Francisco. The announcement took place during the Blockchain Connect conference Friday, Jan. 26.

Blockchain Connect, an event that focused on the cooperation between the US’ and China’s cryptocurrency markets, took place on Friday, Jan. 26 in San Francisco.

The Huobi exchange was one of the presenters at the

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