IOTA (MIOTA) Price Climbs 10% as Coin Gets Ledger Nano Support: USD Buys Dominate

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Nano (NANO) got another high-profile exchange listing on Halloween night when it was added to the Huobi cryptocurrency exchange.

Huobi is the third largest crypto exchange in China, and has regularly seen daily volumes of close to half a billion, even now amid the fourth quarter of a bear market.

However, contrary to the normal trajectory a coin takes when it gains a high-profile listing, the price of NANO actually declined as it entered the first day of November.

Perhaps a sign that not all exchange listings are created equal? Or maybe just a case of bad timing, as the listing was essentially undercut by the market surge of Oct 31st?

Nano to China

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