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July 11, 2018, 05:15:49 AM
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the market is still young and the number of investors is growing so it is understandable to see that there are more exchanges being created to satisfy the demand of this many investors. in a way it is actually a good thing if you ask me because it is always better to have more than just one option.

for example back in 2013 there was only 1 exchange called Mt Gox which was huge and then there were a couple of others which were small with negligible volume. the hack of Mt Gox and their manipulations damaged bitcoin a lot. today we have at least 10 exchanges which are equally big for bitcoin trading.
the more exchanges we have for bitcoin and altcoins the better it will be.

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July 14, 2018, 10:31:47 AM
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Perhaps you are referring to KuCoin for lambos and so on or start working on one. I think that if any new exchange can list any electronic money, these electronic money developers are not only excited but also investigate and know the real owner of this trading platform in advance. when agreed to be listed there.
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