Huobi Writes a Letter to the Steemit Community

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  • Huobi global has written a letter to the Steemit community about recent attacks on the steem network, and here is what they have to say.
  • The Steemit and Tron networks had asked for support from Houbi Global.
  • Huobi says that when they took over the voting rights, they did so because it was absolutely important to do so at the time.

Huobi global has written a letter to the Steemit community about recent attacks on the steem network, and here is what they have to say. Houbi global is a crypto exchange that is based in Singapore but was founded in China.

The company has offices in multiple countries around the globe including Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea and also the United States of America.

The letter that Huobi has written to the Steemit community says that the company helps block many attacks and other malicious activities on the blockchain networks. The Steemit and Tron networks had asked for support from Houbi Global.

The company was told that there was an immediate attack risk on the Steem network, and this issue would directly affect its users. The company says that they had taken all the inputs very seriously and hence they arranged to work with the teams from both TRON and Steemit to solve the issue.

Huobi Global says that they thought that the information provided to them was critical and they found helping Steemit and TRON in the best interest of the community.

Huobi then said that it was always their intention to give back the voting rights to the community and they think that the community should get to choose what the feel is right for the whole community and the network.

Hence they have removed the vote, and they also said that they plan on always following the lead of the users and their decisions will be considered as the final decision.

Huobi says that when they took over the voting rights, they did so because it was absolutely important to do so at the time. It was considered viable to take over if it meant safeguarding the interests of the users of the community.

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