Tags : Chinese

Regulation

Chinese province sounds fresh alarm on ‘illegal’ crypto schemes

China’s Hainan province issued a fresh warning about illegal crypto schemes yesterday, adding to what is an ongoing campaign against the growth of the industry in the region. Fresh round of crypto FUD Financial regulators, as per Reuters, in China’s southern Hainan region cautioned investors against illegal fundraising schemes involving cryptocurrency and blockchain. They used […]Read More

Bitcoin

Bitcoin miners are shutting down Chinese operations after Vice Premier’s

Chinese Bitcoin miners are scrambling to shift or shut operations after the latest round of ‘crypto FUD’ initiated by the government, a report on news outlet Reuters said today. Ending operations Crypto exchange Huobi suspended all mining operations this morning (alongside ceasing trading services for Chinese users), BTC.TOP, a crypto mining pool, announced the suspension […]Read More

Bitcoin

Europe and U.S. may soon take the lead in Bitcoin

Jiang Zhuoer, the operator of major Chinese mining pool Lebit Mining, argued that the latest crackdown on crypto in the country would likely lead to miners relocating their activity to Europe and the U.S., as pointed out by journalist Colin Wu. “The worst case may be that large-scale mines are closed, and China’s Bitcoin mining […]Read More

Cryptocurrency

Chinese crypto-linked stocks like Meitu see big corrections after Ethereum

Stocks of Chinese publicly listed companies fell sharply today after cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and others plunged massively on Wednesday, data from multiple sources shows. Yesterday saw over $8 billion in liquidations (or collateral that is seized by exchanges after asset prices hit a predetermined price level) and over 350,000 trading accounts getting liquidated as […]Read More

Bitcoin

Chinese firm Meitu buys $50M worth of Ethereum and Bitcoin,

News › Bitcoin · Ethereum › China › Investments According to the board, they are seeing a large adoption across China and countries from Southeast Asia. Companies considered “conservative” are now exploring cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. José Oramas · March 17, 2021 at 10:58 pm UTC · 2 min read Chinese firm Meitu recently announced […]Read More

Market

Why a Chinese New Year Sell-Off May Not Happen This

The lunar Chinese New Year this year is on Feb. 12, right around the corner. But unlike in previous years, some analysts and traders say the “Chinese New Year Dump,” a belief bitcoin’s (BTC) price would drop around the holiday period, will not take place this year. Why? The impact of retail traders in China […]Read More