Bithumb self-reported a turnover of more than $1.2 billion. At the time of writing, the turnover figures
March 30, the Bithumb Exchange reported a turnover of $330,910,359. And on March 27, two days before they were attacked, Bithumb self-reported a turnover of more than $1.2 billion. At the time of writing, the turnover figures came to 838,102,877 of dollars, but it is important to note that the Bithumb Exchange does not appear in CoinMarketCap's "adjusted turnover" rankings, and that well-known exchanges like Binance are not among the "
Reported "is at the forefront of turnover, but is a leading exchange called Fcoin, with an average daily turnover of $5 billion. Of course, we all seem to know that there is a problem with Exchange data "counterfeiting" in the cryptographic currency industry. For example, when Bitwise wanted to apply for an cryptographic currency exchange trading Fund, he had to reduce the turnover data by 95% in the application materials to avoid being questioned by regulators.