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OKCoin is a Bitcoin company based in China. It was set up in 2013, and its primary products include a Bitcoin exchange and a mobile consumer payment and lending app. As of 2016, it is the second largest Bitcoin exchange in the world.
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Bitcoin miners appear to be increasingly averting a hard fork as OKCoin takes no chances with user funds.
Ethereum Classic has made it onto the ‘Big Three’ Chinese exchanges as users urge a deal with Coinbase.
Second largest bitcoin exchange in China announces the integration of Ethereum Classic on its newly released digital cryptocurrency exchange BTCC DAX.
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Okcoin has denounced as “fake” reports it is following BTCC in listing Ethereum Classic
China’s three largest bitcoin exchanges officially resumed withdrawals. As a result, bitcoin price recovered to $2,400 and market stabilized.
Ethereum (ETH) trading has come to Okcoin the same week BTCChina announced it would add Ethereum Classic (ETC).
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