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BTC China is a Bitcoin exchange based in China. It was the first such platform in China, set up as early as 2011. In 2016, it is by far the largest Bitcoin exchange in the world, with a monthly trading volume of more than 55 million bitcoins.
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BTCChina has confirmed it will stop trading at the end of the month in response to regulatory pressure.
Coinbase users are up in arms at being denied an opportunity to receive an equal amount of Bitcoin Cash which could lead to lawsuits.
Within 24 hours, Bitcoin price recorded a staggering 13 percent surge in value. The activation of SegWit will lead to a 75 percent optimization of Bitcoin block...
Ethereum Classic has made it onto the ‘Big Three’ Chinese exchanges as users urge a deal with Coinbase.
Experts in the mainstream media are starting to see a growth in the number of investors and investment firms that have become comfortable with bitcoin and Ether...
The CEO of BTCC, a major Chinese Bitcoin exchange, has said that he hopes the digital curren...
Second largest bitcoin exchange in China announces the integration of Ethereum Classic on its newly released digital cryptocurrency exchange BTCC DAX.
An unfortunate error in BTCC’s reporting of the latest China Bitcoin Roundtable meetup is lending its roadmap a hint of irony.
BTCC today introduced Mobi a new global multi-currency wallet for iOS and Android enabling storage, conversion, global transfer of 150+ currencies and Twitter p...
China continues to relax moratorium on BTC withdrawals as BTCC appears to process a transaction a week early.
Chinese Bitcoin exchange BTCC CEO Bobby Lee has said he expects Bitcoin to cost up to $11 thousand per coin within three years.
Bitcoin price has fully recovered since the temporary Bitcoin withdrawal suspension on Huobi and OKCoin traders, increasing from $980 to $1,123 within two weeks...
CEO of BTCC Bobby Lee says Bitcoin will drive the growth of other digital currencies, explained why Chinese miners refuse to adopt Segwit.
BTCC, the largest Bitcoin exchange in China, has told customers crypto withdrawals will resume after March 15. The exchange is moving to implement required comp...
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