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The People's Republic of China is a country located in East Asia. China is a leading player in the Bitcoin market, hosting the world's largest share of Bitcoin miners and Bitcoin trading volume.
In a statement published on the Weibo social media platform, Alibaba denies that its P2P platform is related to cryptocurrencies or mining.
With rumors circulating about bans in Korea, another bout of FUD has been birthed out of JP Morgan.
Countries taking on Bitcoin by themselves will never succeed in terms of regulating the digital currency.
Alibaba has reportedly gone against statements by Chinese authorities and its own founder by launching a cryptocurrency mining platform.
Crypto regulations should be global, according to the director of Germany’s Bundesbank.
Regulatory uncertainty in Asia has once again rattled cryptocurrency markets as traders nurse 40% portfolio hits
A new report indicates Bitcoin transactions for drugs are centralized in just a few mixer and gambling sites.
China is attempting to add new restrictions to the country’s cryptocurrency exchange ban, targeting entities providing “market-making”, say anonymous sources.
CT talked to John Patrick Mullin about fintech community, crypto geography and Blockchain background.
A substantial part of Bitcoin’s value may come from its social cachet, similar to luxury goods.
Chinese Bitcoin miners could withstand a massive Bitcoin price correction due to the margin being made from cheap power costs.
Bitcoin has dropped significantly from its $20,000 highs and may be finding difficulty finding solid support.
The hegemony of fiat money is already drawing to an end: it is just a matter of time for Central Banks and governments to realize it.
Many Asian countries have cracked down on digital currencies, but not Japan as it leads the way in Bitcoin friendliness
China’s staunch stance on cryptocurrency could affect miners in the country once again, as power restrictions could be enforced.
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