Somewhat tough month for Cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin is falling to around $3,500 and newer, stricter regulations are taking place, especially with Ukraine and Indonesia refusing to accept Bitcoin as a legal method of payment. This are shocking news since this year is also the same year that saw Ukraine ordering 150BTMS (Bitcoin ATMs for easier trading), […]

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source cointelegraph.com By Willie Tan As reported by CCTV news, 17 trading platforms will stop cryptocurrency trading in Shanghai. BTCChina, Binance, SZZC, Lhang, ETCWin, Bitekuang, 51SZZC, Hanbiwang, Bitbill, 19800Net, FreeWillex, ICOAGE, 91ICO, ICOrace, ICOfox, ICORaise and ICO17 have publicly announced that they are no longer involved in ICO operations and have proposed plans to exit from the market. […]

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The appearance of an updated Chinese ‘Blockchain e-Wallet’ on the App Store has added to confusion surrounding authorities’ stance of cryptocurrency. Local news portal cnLedger reported Monday that the wallet from Beijing Arxanfintech “features Blockchain tech” and can be linked to a Bank of China debit card. “As expected, we can’t find [Bitcoin] or other […]

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[coindesk.com] Jul 18, 2017 at 12:00 by Wolfie Zhao One of China’s biggest bitcoin investors has raised approximately $82m in an initial coin offering (ICO), setting a new record for the novel fundraising method in China. Led by entrepreneur Li Xiaolai, Press.One bills itself as a decentralized content distribution platform based on the recently launched EOS blockchain. In total, […]

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[cryptoninjas.net] Sunday 16th of July 2017 in Exchanges Worth noting from China-based cryptocurrency exchange CHBTC was its past week’s inclusion of EOS trading on the exchange. The token was listed on July 6th at 11:00 CST within the Innovation Board segment. Now Chinese users can trade in EOS/CNY transactions. CHBTC’s Innovation Board aims to tap for users […]

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[coindesk.com] – Jul 13, 2017 at 14:00 by Jonathan Keane – Fintech analyst and research firm Autonomous NEXT has published a new report on the state of blockchain-based initial coin offerings (ICOs). Released today and entitled “Token Mania,” the 70-page publication takes a unique look at the regulatory and operational challenges the novel fundraising model, which is fast becoming […]

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