Crypto exchange Huobi Global’s Hong Kong-listed parent, Huobi Technology Holdings, is proposing renaming the group to “New Huo Technology Holdings Limited,” while it reportedly seeks to sell a majority stake in the company.
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- Huobi Technology said a name change will “provide the Company with a fresh corporate image and identity” while helping with developing business.
- Shareholders will be asked to vote on the proposed name change in a meeting on Oct. 13.
- In August, Huobi was reportedly seeking to sell a 60% stake in the company that would value the business at US$3 billion. However, the founders of FTX and Tron, speculated as potential buyers, denied making a bid.
- Huobi did not respond to Forkast‘s request for a comment at the time of publication.
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