Hong Kong’s HashKey exchange to list Chainlink for professional investors

Quick Take

  • The crypto exchange plans to open trading of LINK on Nov. 10.
  • ​LINK rose 4% in the last 24 hours, CoinGecko data showed.

HashKey Exchange, a licensed crypto exchange based in Hong Kong, plans to list Chainlink's LINK -3.10% token, the company said.

HashKey announced today that the trading of the LINK/USD pair will begin at 4 p.m. Hong Kong time on Nov. 10. The exchange has already opened the deposits and withdrawals for LINK.

The trading, however, will only be available for professional investors, according to the statement.


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The price of LINK climbed 4% over the past 24 hours to $13, the highest since April 2022, according to CoinGecko data.

In July, Chainlink launched its cross-chain interoperability protocol in its “early access” phase, and in September, the CCIP went live on Base, a Layer 2 blockchain network incubated by Coinbase.

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Timmy Shen is an Asia reporter for The Block. Previously, he wrote about crypto and Web3 for Forkast.News from Taiwan after spending more than three years in Beijing covering finance and current affairs at Caixin Global and Chinese tech at TechNode. His China-related reporting has also appeared in The Guardian. When he's not chasing headlines, you'll find him savoring hot pot and shabu shabu in a Taipei local haunt. Timmy holds an MS degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Send tips to [email protected] or get in touch on X/Telegram @timmyhmshen.