Huobi's Multi-Currency Wallet Adds Support for EOS-Based Stablecoin EOSDT

Francisco Memoria

Huobi’s multi-currency wallet, Huobi Wallet, has added support for an EOS-based stablecoin called EOSDT, the eight stablecoin the Huobi Group’s wallet supports.

According to a press release shared with CryptoGlobe, Huobi Wallet and Equilibrium, the framework behind the EOSDT stablecoin, partnered so the multi-currency wallet supports the decentralized EOS-based stablecoin as well as the NUT token.

Huobi Wallet will also reportedly be launching the Equilibrium decentralized application, which will give its wallet’s users a “simple native interface for generating EOSDT” and managing their positions with it. The press release notes Equilibrium was launched in April of 2019, and is a fast-growing framework that collateralized “over 4 million EOS valued at roughly $18 million.”

Its users have reportedly already generated about 5.3 million EOSDT tokens since it was launched, and are earning a 0.3% profit on their collateral. It claims to also support a CPU and NET resource rental market, with liquidity of over 100 million EOS.

The addition of the EOSDT stablecoin means that Huobi Wallet will now support eight stablecoins – PAX, TUSD, USDC, EURS, DAI, GUSD, USDT, and EOSDT – as well as various other cryptocurrencies, including BTC, ETH, and LTC.

Will Huang, the CEO of Huobi Wallet, was quoted as saying:

Our users have a strong demand of stable coins, and Huobi Wallet will keep supporting more of them based on the market’s demands and users’ choice. EOSDT, which is based on EOS, plays a critical role in the EOS ecosystem, and we are pleased to support it in Huobi Wallet.

The Huobi Wallet allows users to control their private keys while supporting various cryptocurrencies, and competes with other multi-currency wallets like Binance’s Trust Wallet, Coinbase Wallet, and more. This year the wallet also revealed it was going to be a Tezos (XTZ) baker, allowing users to earn on their holdings.

After Monster Rally, Dogecoin (DOGE) Pushing Multi-Year Resistance

Colin Muller

Dogecoin (DOGE), beloved of crypto traders old and new, has repeated its classic move and shot up as much as 140% in the past two days. With this move, it is pushing on a multi-year resistance zone. If that were to break, we would see something truly interesting.

We can see this on the weekly DOGE/Bitcoin chart, from the (once-mighty) Poloniex exchange. This trending zone has been respected since June 2017, which many consider the first great “alt season”.

Watch this closelyDOGE chart by TradingView

The two key levels here are ₿0.00000038 (38 sats) and 79 sats, which make up the block of the resistance area on the weekly chart. This poses a very clear criterion for us to be aware of: the weekly has not closed within this zone in three-plus years; and come Monday, if it is above 38-ish sats, DOGE will be looking interesting still.

Moving to the daily DOGE/USDT chart, we see a similar, if less slanted situation. If the rocket 140% move is to make any inroads into a  new price structure, it will have to hold on a retest at about $0.0033.

A new market structure?DOGE chart by TradingView

That doesn’t look like it should be too difficult, and we could instead see a hold somewhere much more impressive like $0.0045 and above.

At any rate, we need to watch that DOGE/Bitcoin weekly chart. Breaking resistance seems too hard to believe; but we could well see DOGE/USDT continue up – and this would imply a leg up for Bitcoin. Thus, DOGE/Bitcoin may tell us just as much about the broader crypto market as it does about Dogecoin itself.

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