An increasing number of Hong Kong-based cryptocurrency traders are reportedly turning to U.S.-based bitcoin futures. The shift away from domestic markets has been spurred by a perception that the American futures markets receive greater regulatory oversight than Hong Kongs unregulated cryptocurrency exchanges. Also Read:Bank of Thailand Bans Banks From Cryptocurrency Activities Demand for Exposure to […]
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