BTCChina or BTCC is a cryptocurrency exchange that was founded in 2011 and, since then, has become one of the largest platforms that is used not just for trading, but for mining as well. The company is headquartered in Shanghai. There are about 90 currency pairs available and the most popular virtual currencies there are Bitcoin and Litecoin. The main feature of the BTTC exchange is having several layouts for different operations, such as CMY Spot Exchange for working with the Chinese Yuan, BTCC Pro for trying margin trading including USD, BTCC DAX for operations with Ethereum, etc. The BTCC mining pool is a project which was founded in 2014 and now allows mining not only BTC, but also other popular cryptocurrencies. During the second part of 2017, it mined 1,824 blocks that amounted to 6,5% of all issued Bitcoin.
BTCChina has reportedly sold its stake in the Singapore-registered Bitcoin exchange ZG.com.
Operator of China’s first Bitcoin exchange reportedly exits crypto
China’s oldest exchange BTCC says “business adjustments” mean its mining pool will cease to function, but the decision may not be permanent.
Mining Pool of China’s Oldest Bitcoin Exchange BTCC to See ‘Indefinite’ Closure
China’s first crypto exchange BTCC, formerly known as BTC China, is set to launch trading services in South Korea in November.
Chinese Crypto Exchange BTCC Plans South Korean Launch in November
BTCC relaunches exchange by offering three months of feeless trading and reward-points system that will be converted into native tokens in the future.
Behind BTCC’s Revamp: Feeless Trades for Three Months, Native Token on the Horizon
The BTCC Bitcoin exchange, formerly known as BTC China, has relaunched its crypto trading platform today.
Formerly Top Three Crypto Exchange BTCC Relaunches, Plans to Issue Native Token
BTCC has been acquired by Hong Kong-based fund, will focus on mining pool, wallet software and crypto exchange going forward.
Oldest Chinese Bitcoin Exchange BTCC Acquired By Hong Kong Investment Fund
The largest Bitcoin trading platform in China announces it will stop providing withdrawal services on Oct. 30.
With BTCChina Ready to Stop Withdrawals, China Bitcoin Gates are Closing