A trading hall typically refers to a physical location where traders gather to buy and sell financial securities such as stocks, bonds, or commodities. In the context of crypto trading, however, there is no physical trading hall.
Instead, crypto trading is conducted on online exchanges where buyers and sellers from all over the world can trade digital assets such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, or other cryptocurrencies. Therefore, the number of “villagers” in a crypto trading hall would be the number of users actively trading on a specific exchange at any given time.
The number of users actively trading on a specific exchange can vary widely and is dependent on many factors such as the popularity of the exchange, market conditions, and the availability of specific cryptocurrencies. Some of the largest crypto exchanges, such as Binance or Coinbase, have millions of users and can have thousands of users trading at any given time.