The trading volume of the cryptocurrencies traded on the major exchanges, like Poloniex and Bittrex, has increased significantly since the first wave of the financial crisis in 2009.

A number of the major cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, were gaining value rapidly during the crisis, especially when it comes to buying and selling large amounts of ether, a cryptocurrency created by Ethereum.

The cryptocurrency markets, which are dominated by China, have seen a number of cryptocurrency trading exchanges, including Polonies, Binance, BTC-e, Bitfinex, Kraken, Baidu and many others, closed down over the last two years due to regulatory issues.

However, since the beginning of the crisis in early 2015, the cryptocurrencies have grown and have continued to grow in value.

The major trading volume in the cryptocurrency markets has increased to the tune of more than $5 billion in 2016.

However the cryptocurrency market has been under pressure recently, due to the Chinese government and its crackdown on cryptocurrencies.

This has forced some cryptocurrency trading platforms to close their doors.

The following charts are presented below, which show the cryptocurrency trading volume on the Polonys major trading platforms, as well as their recent trading volume, from February 1, 2018 to September 25, 2018.

Polonias major trading platform, Polonia, which had its major trading volumes increase in the last few years, is still listed as closed.

Other major trading exchanges are Binance and BitfineX, both of which have declined in value over the past year.

Polons trading volume also has increased since the start of the cryptocurrency crisis in the early 2010s.

In 2017, Polonia had its largest trading volume ever, with a volume of $2.3 billion.

In 2018, Poloniys trading volume surpassed $3.6 billion, which was an increase of $6.6 million over the previous year.

On November 17, 2017, BTCE, which has been a major trading exchange for the past several years, announced that they would be reopening its trading platform on November 18, 2018, which would allow users to trade cryptocurrencies.

The company stated that BTCE will allow its users to buy, sell and trade cryptocurrencies with other people on the platform, which is an important addition for the cryptocurrency ecosystem.

The move by BTCE has caused many cryptocurrency traders to exit the trading platforms.

It has also led to the closure of many other cryptocurrency trading portals.

Poloniia was the first cryptocurrency trading platform to announce a full shutdown on November 10, 2017.

Other notable trading platforms that closed down during the financial crises include Polonio, Bitstamp, Polo, Polos, Polona, Polokitex, Bittex and others.

In 2016, Polonext was one of the most popular trading platforms for Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and Dogecoin, which accounted for over $1 billion in trading volume.

The platform also had a trading volume exceeding $5 million.

In 2019, Polones trading volume increased to $3 billion, while Poloniies trading volume fell to $2 billion in 2017.

Polonia has also had major losses due to recent government crackdown on cryptocurrency trading.

It was also one of Poloniys biggest trading platforms in 2018, when Poloniya had its first trading volume fall in less than three months, from $1.5 billion to $1 million.

Other cryptocurrency trading firms have also suffered losses in the past few years.

In early 2018, BTCGox and Poloniero had trading volumes fall by about 20% and 21%, respectively, after the shutdown of their trading platforms on November 3, 2017 and January 11, 2018 respectively.

In June 2018, Bancor, which operates on the Ethereum blockchain, announced it would be shutting down its trading platforms and its trading system on September 12, 2018 due to new regulations that were introduced.

Bancors trading volume dropped to just over $300,000 in September 2018, while it increased to over $2 million in January 2019.

The trading volumes of Polons major trading sites have also decreased over the years.

Polona announced its trading volume would decrease by over 20% to $700,000 by November 2019, while the trading volumes for Poloniy decreased to just under $1,500,000.

In December 2017, Bantu announced its cryptocurrency trading site would close on December 2, 2018 after the Government imposed new regulations on the cryptocurrency industry.

In April 2018, Bitfury announced that it would close its trading sites in September 2019.

In May 2018, Kraken announced that its trading site was shutting down on August 11, 2019, but was reopening on October 6, 2019.

Binance announced its website would be closed on October 28, 2019 and closed its trading on November 4, 2019 while Polone