CryptoMiners Joins Hotbit Booster Union

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HOTBIT is pleased to announce CryptoMiners, a marketing and advertising company, has entered Hotbit Booster Union.

The program was started by Hotbit to join hands with reputable communities globally to explore more possibilities in crypto.

Special Features of Hotbit

Hotbit ranked No. 1 among all exchanges regarding the number of types of cryptocurrency projects listed (According to CoinMarketCap).

They have accumulated 7,000,000+ registered users from more than 200 countries and areas all over the world.

Hotbit started to distribute current deposit interests for its users, which means that Hotbit was the first cryptocurrency exchange in the world to offer daily current deposit interests to its users with no token lockup or freeze required.


7*24-hour real-time online audit services for all users’ assets

The security rating of Hotbit is classified as B+ (which is the same as Binance)

0 Loss
Hotbit still proudly holds the record of zero loss to any of its user assets due to the platform own security weaknesses.

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HOTBIT is a cryptocurrency exchange holding Estonian MTR licence, American MSB licence, an Australian AUSTRAC licence and a Canadian MSB licence that continues to develop and integrate various forms of businesses such as spot trading, financial derivatives, cryptocurrency investment and DAPP into one platform. Currently, Hotbit’s businesses covers more than 210 countries.

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