Four Brokers, Four Questions: A Quick-Fire Q&A on Working in China

It’s a warm winter Monday in Hong Kong and inside the city’s largest convention centre, overlooking Victoria Harbour, the iFX Expo and Finance Magnates’ teams are busy readying the exhibition area, speaker hall, bars, lounges and lunch rooms that, starting tomorrow, will play host to East Asia’s greatest retail trading […]

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No Reason to 'Bury' Cryptocurrencies, Russian PM Medvedev Says

Last year’s falling prices are not a good enough reason to “bury” cryptocurrencies, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said during a high-level economic conference. He believes Russia should carefully follow the developments around digital coins.   Also read: Clickbait Media Uses Bitcoin and Russia to Pump Headlines Again Russia Should […]

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China Introduces New Anti-Anonymity Regulations to Enable "Orderly Development" in Their Blockchain Industry

The Chinese blockchain industry is about to come under heavy scrutiny as the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) has introduced new regulations for blockchain firms operating in the country. The regulatory body published this announcement on their website, stating that the new regulations will come into effect next month and will advance the industry’s […]

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China To Start Censoring Blockchain Companies From February 2019 | BTCMANAGER

The censorship branch of the Chinese government has approved a policy that requires blockchain-based services to censor content and allow the country’s law enforcement to access its data and the identity of their users, Reuters reported on January 10, 2019. China’s Internet Watchdog Removes Anonymity from Blockchain A policy that […]

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China Quietly Makes It Illegal to Run a Node Without Gov't Approval

China has introduced new regulations intended to promote the ‘healthy development’ of blockchain technology. However, the new law also entitles the Cyberspace Administration of China to supervise node operators, as well as to request private information.  New Blockchain Regulations China’s Office of Central Cyberspace Affairs Commission (CAC) issued new regulations […]

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China Gets More Blockchain Censorship Powers Under New Rules

China’s crypto angst has shown no sign of abating as we enter a new year. Another raft of restrictive regulations has just been implemented for blockchain companies in the People’s Republic. Data Privacy Not Applicable in China The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) has just introduced more regulations for companies […]

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Rick Falkvinge: Imminent Financial Crisis Perfect Opportunity to Convert the Masses to Crypto

Warnings of an imminent financial crisis are in the media more than ever before. But could such an event be the tipping point that puts Bitcoin and cryptocurrency firmly into the mainstream? Politician and tech entrepreneur Rick Falkvinge says it would be the perfect time to finally convert people to crypto.  […]

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Future of retail may see consumers dealing directly with manufacturers, predicts Intime CEO

In the future, a consumer may deal directly with a manufacturer, predicts Intime CEO Chen Xiaodong. The e-commerce platform, which is run by Alibaba, integrates the inventory of an online mall with a physical store, and uses real-time data-driven marketing to target customers. Intime leverages the tech infrastructure of Alibaba, […]

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China: Crypto Miners Sell off Mining Devices ‘by Kilo’ Amidst Market Decline

Cryptocurrency mining operations in China are reportedly selling mining machines by weight, as opposed to price per unit. This selloff was reported by local Chinese crypto outlet 8BTC Wednesday, Nov. 21, with reference to the cryptocurrency mining pool F2Pool. Cryptocurrency markets experienced widespread decline throughout last week, with Bitcoin (BTC) […]

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Information from China Claims many Bitcoin Miners have shut down due to reduced hash rate. How Possible?

There has been news going around that major mining rigs in China have shut down as a result of reduced profitability due to reduced hash rate. According to the information, many miners say they have been mining at a loss for months but can no longer afford to continue because […]

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