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Have you ever heard the expression ‘hope for the best and prepare for the worst’? Chinese cryptocurrency giant Huobi, a former ‘big three’ exchange, is doing exactly that. Although the exchange is a profitable business that still makes money every month, they are laying off staff and preparing for the worst amidst this current bear market.
A little known fact–Huobi had a Global Writers Program consisting of 90 or so freelance writers. The purpose of the program was to leverage freelancers’ skills and audiences to spread Huobi-related content for link building and other SEO purposes. There’s nothing wrong with that, especially considering the fact that we were given the freedom to express our real opinions. In exchange for our posts, we were compensated with a certain amount of Huobi Token (HT) that corresponded with our tier–writers with larger audiences received more HT. Here are a few examples of posts I wrote for Huobi.
I can’t believe it’s been almost six months since TVK’s visit to Tokyo. Not sure how this photo ended up like this because a Seijo Ishii supermarket in Minato-ku is the exact opposite of dystopian.
According to a screenshot shared in a Reddit post by u/vdjalov, Exodus, one of the most popular desktop cryptocurrency wallets, has removed support for Substratum’s SUB token. Substratum community member @BitcoinHeinze was able to get a detailed explanation regarding the removal from a member of Exodus’ support team. Exodus’ full response can be found below, but here are a few key points to take away.