Bobby Lee News

Bobby Lee is the co-founder and CEO of BTC China – the first Chinese Bitcoin exchange, headquartered in Shanghai. Before he started BTC China, Bobby Lee worked at IBM, Microsoft, Walmart and other major companies in positions such as CTO, VP and SVP. Bobby Lee is a graduate of Stanford University and has a MSc in computer science. Bobby Lee is also a board member of the BTC Foundation and one of its most influential speakers. Bobby Lee started BTCC in 2011 as a computer and technology firm that aimed to provide a worldwide Bitcoin exchange. Today, BTCC offers a wide variety of services, such as a mining pool, consumer wallets, payment processing and more. BTCC also provides users with digital security of their assets, risk mitigation, credibility and technological advances.
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Bitcoin has reached $11,000 just hours after major exchanges saw $10,000 come and go.
So Long, $10k: Bitcoin Price Unstoppable As $11,000 Becomes New Benchmark
William Suberg
2017-11-29T13:45:00+00:00
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A committee advising the Indian government has reportedly recommended a full ban on so-called cryptocurrency “dealers.”
Ban All Crypto ‘Dealers’, India Committee Reportedly Tells Government
William Suberg
2017-11-02T16:10:00+00:00
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Bobby Lee’s perspective on SegWit2x has seen even his own brother hotly debate the issue with the BTCC CEO.
Bobby Lee Divides Reddit AMA as Talk Centers on SegWit2x
William Suberg
2017-11-02T10:05:00+00:00
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BitMEX has released its strongest-worded anti-SegWit2x statement yet, calling the hard fork “ShitCoin2x.”
Sell ‘ShitCoin2x’ Immediately for Best Profit: Bitcoin Exchange BitMEX to Traders
William Suberg
2017-10-23T11:45:00+01:00
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There are three possible reasons for Bitcoin’s price hitting its three-week low of 3,300 levels, likely a correction rather than a crash
Bitcoin’s Price Declines Anew, Hits Three-Week Low
Lisa Froelings
2017-09-14T22:00:00+01:00
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Hype
Why the mainstream media picks up on ‘anonymous sources’ reporting on “China Bitcoin exchanges ban”
Is China Really Banning Bitcoin Exchanges, Or is it Fake News?
Darryn Pollock
2017-09-12T10:55:00+01:00
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A updated Chinese “Blockchain-based” e-wallet has appeared on the AppStore in what cnLedger suspects is Bank of China sponsored.
Blockchain ‘E-Wallet’ App Stokes Bitcoin Industry China Confusion
William Suberg
2017-09-11T11:20:00+01:00
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With 2 days left to SegWit activation, Bitcoin fees are low, and BTCC’s Bobby Lee’s survey reveals 50% support for $5,000 prices.
Rock-Bottom Bitcoin Fees See Community Eye $5,000 Bitcoin Price After SegWit Lock-In
William Suberg
2017-08-07T11:09:00+01:00
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