On Thursday, Gemini Exchange sent word through Twitter that its new stable coin GUSD is to be launched on HitBTC. Trading set off at 8 p.m. GMT, GUSD was paired with the top 10 ‘monsters’: BTC, ETH, EOS and USDT.
HitBTC has been in the news throughout the summer first due to war-tweets of John McAfee and then following the ‘crypto baron’ filing a legal case against it.
McAfee reckons that HitBTC rips investors off with its fees which are so high that people in third-world countries cannot afford them.
The same opinion was expressed by several Twitter users in comments to the Winklevoss’ tweet.