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China Flags Ban on Domestic and Overseas Cryptocurrency Trading Platforms

The central bank's official news publication reports that China plans to further step up its crackdown on the cryptocurrency market with bans on both...

China’s Bitcoin Ban Won’t Affect Blockchains: Central Bank

China's central bank says that domestic research and development of blockchains will continue despite the recent crackdown on initial coin offerings and the shutdown...

State Media Says Bitcoin Threatens Real Economic Growth

China's Xinhua News Agency has launched an editorial broadside against Bitcoin and other virtual currencies, claiming that they are "fake" forms of financial innovation...

Top Chinese Bitcoin Exchange Announces Suspension of Trading

One of China's leading Bitcoin exchanges has announced the imminent suspension of operations in the wake of a crackdown on initial coin offerings launched...

Bitcoin Arbitrage Booms Following China’s ICO Ban

Beijing's recent decision to ban initial coin offerings has led to a surge in Chinese Bitcoin arbitrage, including online courses that cover offshore Bitcoin...

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PBOC Calls for Stricter Regulation of China’s Wholesale Finance Markets

A senior official from the Chinese central bank has highlighted the need for greater regulation of wholesale transactions on China's financial markets....

Chinese Central Bank Calls for Exploring Digital Renminbi’s Cross-border Payments Potential in Greater Bay Area

A senior official from the People's Bank of China (PBOC) who is also a delegate to the National People's Congress (NPC) has...

Chinese Finance Will Focus on Tech Innovation, Green Development, Small Business in 2021: Li Keqiang

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has highlighted key focal areas for finance policy during the 2021 Government Work report delivered at the opening...

Does China’s Digital Renminbi Pose “Biggest Risk” to Bitcoin Market?

Despite barring domestic Bitcoin trading over three years ago, analysts say China could still have an adverse effect on the global market...