Huobi and 500 Startups to Incubate Blockchain Startups

New enterprise will be called Batch 23 and will support startups in various ways
21 February 2018   751

Startups accelerator from the Silicon Valley 500 Startups announced the conclusion of an agreement with the division of the Huobi exchange, pursuing the same goals, Huobi Labs. This is reported by Coindesk.

Both organizations will support start-ups in various aspects, including helping them in drafting business plans, white paper, marketing strategies, engaging the community and attracting funding.

Huobi Labs will provide its links in the blockchain space, which will help 500 Startups program participants to work more actively with this technology. The group of startups included in the joint program Huobi Labs and 500 Startups, will be called Batch 23.

Our teams will learn so much especially around the ins and outs of how a digital exchange works.
 

Edith Yeung

Partner, 500 Startups

The founder of Huobi Labs, Junfei Ren, said that his company will work with the participants of 500 Startups and Batch 23 to "provide maximum assistance and support to all new projects".

500 Startups is an early investor in several crypto-currency projects. However, the company refuses to participate in the ICO, citing financial and legal risks.

Huobi & OKEx to List USDT-TRON

Both exchanges note that the listing of a new token is due to the desire to provide users with access to a variety of stablecoins
22 March 2019   135

Huobi Global and OKEx in two separate statements announced their intention to support the USDT, which is preparing to be launched on the Tron blockchain in the second quarter.

At the beginning of the month, Tron and Tether announced a partnership aimed at launching USDT in the TRC-20 format, which complies with the technical standard of the Tron blockchain. The new token is intended for use in all decentralized applications in the Tron ecosystem and is designed to increase its liquidity.

Huobi Global and OKEx note that the listing of a new token is due to the desire to provide users with access to a variety of stablecoins. Both exchanges will support USDT in three formats: on the Bitcoin blockchain via the Omni protocol, on the Ethereum blockchain in the ERC-20 format and on the Tron blockchain.