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Local miners told Forkast.News that existing legal miners won’t be much affected, though they’re still subject to power rationing.
Tech giants banish non-fungible token references as Beijing looks down new virtual asset market.
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More industry players are exiting the Chinese mainland market amid tougher crackdown.
Chinese find ways around crypto ban meanwhile ANZ settles debanking case
Some are registering companies overseas, via — you guessed it — Taobao vendors.
Authorities encourage new ways to apply blockchain across various industries, although there’s no room for crypto
South Korean presidential hopefuls lean towards delaying crypto tax to impress younger voters.
Hidden mining tracked by IP addresses to state agencies, enterprises, institutions, schools
U.S., Kazakhstan, Russia take up largest Bitcoin hashrate shares as the exodus of Chinese miners continues.
The country’s top economic planner hopes to prohibit investment in what it considers an energy-intensive sector.
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As China intensifies its crypto crackdown, regulatory clarity is a beacon for safer shores in Southeast Asia.
In a special Q&A, a Canadian law advisor who works with Chinese clients breaks down the ban’s potential legal boundaries and concerns held by overseas Chinese.
This week, FTX announced it is moving its headquarters from Hong Kong to the Bahamas, as the larger Caribbean region takes on a bigger role as host to virtual currency exchanges.
DeFi benefits from China ban while Gamevil increases Coinone stake
Chinese social media has been abuzz since authorities lowered the boom on crypto. Forkast.News has been following the chatter. Here’s what they’re saying on Weibo, the Chinese equivalent of Twitter.
DeFi tokens like dYdX soared after China’s latest move to throttle crypto. Is this a short-term spurt or decentralized finance shifting into high gear?
As Chinese authorities take aim at crypto violations outside mainland borders, Forkast.News asks lawyers in the know: Who is in China’s line of fire?
Against the global tide of digital asset adoption, China’s harshest crypto ban yet heralds golden opportunities, writes Richard Byworth of EQONEX. Other governments should take note.
Top blockchain and cryptocurrency news: Beijing’s crypto crusade comes to a head. Chinese mining caves in. Mr. Goxx reaps robust returns.
China fallout hits mining meanwhile Korea digital custody competition heats up
China saw a fivefold increase in blockchain patents last year despite the Covid-19 shutdown.
China’s crypto ban is part of a global battle over freedom and ideology, writes Michael B. Greenwald. How can the US lead the world in a different path?
China’s earlier efforts to eradicate mining may not have been as effective as the government had hoped, but Friday’s announcement is having an impact.
China assaulted crypto with a new ferocity just as Bitcoin options expired and Evergrande escaped death. Coincidence? Ben Caselin of AAX lays out the clues.
Amid China’s new clampdown, why is DeFi surging and the RMB-to-crypto market important? Sam Bankman-Fried analyzes what it all means and why FTX is leaving Hong Kong for a new home.
Huobi’s diversified businesses outside of China reached nearly 70% in terms of trading volumes, and have been on the rise, its co-founder tells Forkast.News.
How is China’s latest clampdown on crypto different from its previous bans — and how do authorities plan to catch the scofflaws? Henri Arslanian of PwC breaks it down.
Is China’s influence over Bitcoin and the global crypto market waning? Chinese exchanges get a thrashing as decentralized exchanges get happy on clampdown news.
China’s hardline stance against crypto is already rippling beyond its borders. A mainland crypto insider explains the global shakeup yet to come.
Bitcoin and Ethereum prices fall after Beijing intensifies crackdown on crypto trading, mining.
China may be a small step closer to internationalizing the yuan, though its central bank says the e-CNY is now mostly tested for domestic use.
The property market is increasingly expensive and out of reach for today’s younger generation. Digital land sales may hit home with some buyers.
Crypto investors and industry watchers are following closely the potential collapse of Chinese property giant Evergrande.
A focus of China’s free trade and shipping, Shanghai will explore in pilot project cross border trading with offshore renminbi stablecoin.