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    All TRX-20 tokens can get listed on PoloniDEX for free

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Poloniex, one of the major crypto exchanges, has just made an announcement about listing all Tron-based assets for free on its decentralized exchange PoloniDEX (formerly known TRX Market). 

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The marriage between crypto vet Poloniex and Tron was declared after the former got a hefty investment from an anonymous group in Asia. Tron CEO Justin Sun was among who injected some fresh capital in the struggling exchange, which explains sudden love love for his company.  

In the comment section, the Tron community started to pitch its TRX-20 favorite tokens. 

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Going east 

As reported by U.Today, US crypto unicorn Circle decided to ditch the exchange after acquiring it for a whopping $400 mln back in February 2018. The company left the US due to uncertain regulatory environment. All trading for the exchange's American users effectively ended on Nov. 1, but they can still access their funds until Dec. 15. 

Now, Poloniex, which used to reign supreme on the US market, will open a spin-off exchange in China with a new domain (pwang.com). The company states that the company follows KYC requirements, but China is not exactly the most crypto-friendly nation. 

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    The Whale Alert account reports that nearly 89,000 ETH was wired to Poloniex from a wallet that had remained inactive since April 2018

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On Friday, the Twitter account Whale Alert that tracks large movements of crypto on the blockchain, spotted nearly 89,000 ETH (that’s around $13 mln in Ethereum) sent to the Poloniex exchange.

The account points out that the wallet which sent the money had been inactive since April 1 last year. No one has used it for nearly two years, apparently, waiting for the crypto winter to be over and hoping for a price surge afterwards.

One of the possible reasons of this wallet becoming active again is the Ethereum hard fork Istanbul which is about to happen today, on December 7, at block 9069000.

Very often the price of an asset goes up after a major upgrade (the Istanbul hard fork will not cause an appearance of a separate coin as it was with Ethereum Classic).

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Earlier, U.Today reported that the South Korean exchange Upbit suffered from a hacker's attack and lost around $50 mln in Ethereum. Whale Alert on Twitter has recently published data about $37 mln stolen from Upbit that was moved by the hacker from one wallet to another.

The head of Binance, CZ, has promised that all funds stolen from Upbit that would end up on Binance would be immediately frozen.

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