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Huobi Files to Dissolve Chinese Entity Following Recent Cryptocurrency Crackdown

One of the leading cryptocurrency exchanges, Huobi, has filed to dissolve an entity based in China. This comes as the country escalates its efforts to clamp down on the cryptocurrency industry, in general. Evident in Chinese business registration archives, the entity’s management has filed a Resolution to dissolve On July 22nd, this year. The announcement further reads that “creditors are requested to declare their claims to the liquidation team within 45 days from the...

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Bitcoin and Crypto Are Dragged Down Even Further

Bitcoin is in a very dark place at the time of writing. After trading for a new all-time high of $64,000 per unit in mid-April of this year, the currency has once again (for the second time in the past few months) dropped below the $30,000 range and is now trading for just over $29,000. This means that in just three months alone, the world’s number one digital currency by market cap has lost more than $35,000 off its price and more than 50 percent from its value. Bitcoin...

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China Has Purged All BTC Miners, but the Country May Suffer More Than the Currency

China has pretty much gotten rid of all bitcoin miners. It has steamrolled through all the operations stationed within its borders and the industry is virtually dead in the nation. China and Its Negative Attitude Towards Crypto At first glance, it seems like bitcoin would have steadied by now, though it appears the currency is sliding even further. The asset is trading for about $30,000 even – less than half of what it was in April. Yet, despite how much bitcoin is...

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Bit Farms Finds Success As China Ends BTC Mining

With China suddenly exiting the bitcoin mining space, it looks like many other companies in regions such as Canada are beginning to take over. China Is Saying “Good Bye” to BTC Mining China has been adamant about ending its bitcoin mining presence over the past few weeks. Beijing recently issued a notice to all mining companies that to become a greener nation, all crypto extraction projects would no longer be allowed within the country’s borders. Thus, if they wished to...

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This Summer Is Proving to Be a Harsh Time for Cryptocurrency

Summer is often a mixed time for cryptocurrency. In both 2018 and 2019, assets like bitcoin and Ethereum ultimately garnered mild gains here and there that caused several analysts and financial heads to think that the space was entering a period of recovery following massive prior drops. Cryptocurrency Sees Its Figures Drop During June This time around, however, cryptocurrency has been suffering heavily, and it does not look like things are on the verge of recuperating....

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China Dumping CPUs; Is There No Hope for BTC Miners?

China’s crackdown on crypto mining has got digital analysts everywhere worried. According to many figureheads in the digital currency space, the prices of assets like bitcoin and Ethereum are about to crack even further given how far China has gone in banning BTC and crypto mining from its territories. China Takes More Action Against Mining China has always had a mixed relationship with cryptocurrencies. In the past, the nation has taken a stance against both crypto...

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China’s Digital Currency Should be Banned in the US, Says Billionaire Kyle Bass

The American hedge fund manager Kyle Bass sounded a note of caution that the communist regime in China plans to use its new state-controlled digital yuan as an instrument to disperse its totalitarianism across the globe. He opined that it would have a devastating impact on the US, and the latter should ban it. The Chinese CBDC Will Have a “Mind of its Own” In a recent interview, the billionaire Kyle Bass argued that the Chinese digital yuan is a financial tool, which the...

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China Situation Not as Bad, Bitcoin to Reclaim $60K In 2021: Interview with OKEx

CryptoPotato had the opportunity to host a discussion with Lennix Lai – the Financial Markets Director at OKEx. Established in 2017, OKEx is one of the leading cryptocurrency exchanges in the world by means of trading volume and is also a big player in China. We took the opportunity to discuss, first hand, what’s currently going on in the market from both a retail and institutional perspective, as well as what’s actually happening in China. $60K Bitcoin In...

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China Cancels Software Firm That Had Alleged Crypto Mining Ties

The Central Bank of China has ordered the shutdown of an alleged software company given its reported ties to crypto mining. Beijing Qudao Cultural Development has been suspended at the time of writing and must cease all operations or face legal consequences from the bank’s regulators. Its website has also been deactivated. China Shuts Down Software Company China has always had a rather mixed relationship with bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. In the past, the country has...

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People’s Bank of China Warns: Stablecoins Impose Risks to the International Monetary System

Fan Yifei – a deputy governor of China’s central bank – expressed concerns that digital currencies, particularly stablecoins, could negatively impact the global financial system. Furthermore, he described the assets as “speculation tools.” PBoC Is ‘Quite Worried’ In a recent interview, the ex-Chairman of Shanghai Bank and a current deputy governor of the People’s Bank of China – Fan Yifei – opined that stablecoins may harm the global financial stability and the present...

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