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China’s Internet watchdog has announced that it can no longer “ignore its revolutionary changes” announcing that we have entered the “post-Bitcoin era."
Westerners are funny people. Westerners have never experienced currency devaluation, EVER! “The Almighty Dollar” has ruled the world their entire lives.
The Far East versus the West; the United States versus China: a classic battle of global superpowers that may not have a winner
Following an unprecedented day of trading for Litecoin at a higher daily USD volume than bitcoin, suspicions of a ‘pump-and-dump’ scheme in China have arisen following a correction in price.
Yury Chikhanchin, the Director of the Federal Financial Monitoring Service in Russia warned about the future collapse of the MMM Pyramid Scheme of Sergei Mavrodi in China.
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Bitcoin price analysts are struggling to identify the rationale behind the sudden price spike in the cryptocurrency’s value as it broke the US$400 mark on November 3, surpassing a market cap of more than US$6 billion.
Two of China's biggest bitcoin exchanges - BTCChina and Huobi - have voiced concerns over Bitcoin Core developer Gavin Andresen's proposal to raise the block size limit to 20 megabytes by next year.
The NYSE, flights of United Airlines and the Wall Street Journal all suffered from “technical glitches” on July 8, the same day that the Chinese Stock market plummeted.
Litecoin buying power dropped like a light switch had suddenly cut all energy, and within hours it was approaching its Monday values once again.
Over the past year, investment money has been flowing out of China’s markets at a record pace, creating great instability in not just China, but globally
Internet industry magnate and financial markets prognosticator Kim DotCom says now is the time to buy bitcoin in light of the Chinese stock market meltdown and a worsening outlook for the global economy as a whole.
China’s stock market woes have been part of the reason for bitcoin’s recent rise in price.
Five of China's biggest mining pools — AntPool, F2Pool, BTCChina, BW Mining, and Huobi — have agreed to raise the block size limit to 8 MB.
Bitcoin price and market value have been less than volatile for the majority of 2015, but a Bitcoin bull market run has been started in China recently.
SEC has ceased a US$32 million cryptocurrency investment scam created by Steve Chen, who misled hundreds of investors to raise millions of dollars
While bitcoin price peaked US$376 across major bitcoin exchanges including Coinbase, Kraken and Bitfinex due to the surging demand from Chinese investors, whose local exchanges are seeing prices of US$400 per bitcoin.
Following the exciting news out of China that points to a possible change in attitude by the government towards Bitcoin, CoinTelegraph caught up with one of China’s biggest bitcoin exchanges Huobi
The Asia-Pacific region led by China is quickly catching up to the West in terms of wealth.
Stripe, arguably one of the fastest growing fintech startup that allows users to accept payments through several different payment service providers has recently announced its support for Alipay, China’s largest payment processor.
Mega, a free cloud storage and file hosting service founded by German-Finnish Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom has been taken over by a Chinese Fraudster, Hollywood and the New Zealand government
A depreciating Chinese RMB fuels a rise in Bitcoin price particularly as it now has improved its grip globally.
On 1st October 2016, the Chinese Yuan became the world's 5th reserve currency. What does it take to become one and can Bitcoin get there?
Civic CEO and Bitcoin expert Vinny Lingham states that the OTC market is substantially larger than the exchange market, in which 9 figure purchases of Bitcoin is common.
Bitcoin.com’s mining pool mined its first block using the Bitcoin Unlimited protocol.
There are indications that China, the leading Bitcoin market, will be faced with stiff competition from India’s burgeoning market.
The ICO crowdfunding of a Chinese startup aimed at making it a major Blockchain infrastructure globally has closed better than expected.
The world is now ready for a better, 21st-century way of doing business. Using the USD for international trade is like using a newspaper to get the latest news.
Alibaba's introduction of tamper-proof Blockchain technology to improve accountability in the Chinese charity industry will boost the trend, particularly among other organizations.
Lisk CEO clarifies some misunderstandings and explains what Lisk is and is not about.
Investors will continue to seek for alternative highly liquid assets to avoid being involved in a financial turmoil, which will increase the demand for Bitcoin and, ultimately, its price.
Baidu invested into Zest, one of the fastest growing fintech startups in the US, to develop a credit scoring platform based on search data.
Being home to 90 per cent of bitcoin trade and 70 per cent of mining, China is Calling the Shots in Bitcoin’s Civil War
A new draft Civil Code can change the way Bitcoin is viewed in Chinese law and give it tangible value.
The Bitcoin market has welcomed the outcome of the Brexit vote in the UK with open arms as the price of its currency soars following a falling trend in recent days.
For Bitcoin, the Brexit poll couldn’t have come at a more uneasy time but some good developments are taking place on the sideline.
With the growing level of adoption and interest in digital currencies, China with its grip on the market seems the place to be.
Microsoft will be the Premiere Sponsor of the Ethereum developer conference Devcon2 in September where the most up-to-date research and development work supported by the Ethereum Foundation would be showcased.
Heavy demand in China has propelled bitcoin's price to $643 and the total value of all bitcoins in circulation to $10 Bn, which is higher than Twitter Inc’s market capitalization ($9.5 Bn)
BTCC, one of the longest-running Bitcoin exchanges in China, celebrates its fifth anniversary. CoinTelegraph spoke with the company’s CEO Bobby Lee about their current projects and his vision of the company’s future.
What effect will the July 11 halving have on the Bitcoin’s value? As many worry that mining becomes less profitable, some experts take a different view.
The story of Bitcoin is a cloudy but mostly American fairy tale about a global currency that doesn’t even really exist to many since it lives only on one’s computer.
How to avoid CIA’s spying in China and USA to keep privacy and secrets in business? CoinTelegraph asked Daniel Dabek.
China exploring digital currencies. Wants to reduce costs of production of money and achieve greater control over transactions
China recent measures to stop capitals rushing out of the country seem to push population in the adoption of Bitcoin.
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