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Major Shipbough fake Chinese bitcoin exchange bust. Slaves forced to sell Bitcoin 24/7 in boiler-room scam.

Major Shipbough fake Chinese bitcoin exchange bust. Slaves forced to sell Bitcoin 24/7 in boiler-room scam. submitted by Cryptojesusgodallah to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

Breaking: “All” Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Must Close By September 30

Breaking: “All” Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Must Close By September 30 submitted by CryptoCurrencyNews to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Breaking: “ALL” Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Must Close By September 30

Breaking: “ALL” Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Must Close By September 30 submitted by BTC_uy to btc [link] [comments]

Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Will Likely Not Be Banned

https://themerkle.com/chinese-bitcoin-exchanges-will-likely-not-be-banned-after-all/
Very positive news. LITECOIN TO THE MOON
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Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Will Likely Not Be Banned After All

Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Will Likely Not Be Banned After All submitted by CryptoCurrencyNews to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

'Rectification Plan' for Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Leaked

'Rectification Plan' for Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Leaked submitted by jreddit83 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

All of the Chinese bitcoin exchanges (OKCoin, BTCC, etc.) will close down, likely in the next few months. This will have significant impacts on the currency.

I am not providing legal advice, or business advice, just personal feedback based upon my role as a compliance and AML/money laundering attorney and experience with China and central banking regulation/macroeconomics. Take it for what it is.
I want to point out that while the China bitcoin exchanges have generally gone quiet under the PBOC's SAFE review, the key scope change has moved from a "money laundering" focused audit to "illegally circumventing currency laws" audit. What is key here is this (very quiet) information trickling out is that the regulator actually sees Bitcoin as a medium for currency exchange. Previously, PBOC stated that Bitcoin was a commodity and would not be regulated as a currency by SAFE.
There is only one end game in this situation. Bitcoin withdrawals will not be allowed from RMB-denominated markets, plain and simple. Otherwise, there would be no way to regulate how much Bitcoin is withdrawn and then switched to other currencies. No amount of KYC/AML documentation from exchange participants can substitute for this.
This will kill the Chinese Bitcoin exchanges (people not able to withdraw BTC and LTC), and will effectively remove CNY from the Bitcoin purchasing pool. I am not an expert on the economics of Bitcoin's price, but I'm guessing the CNY has had a strong influence on the market up to this point.
I am probably going to get some sarcastic comments about making up qualifications or whatever, but just wanted to post this because it may be helpful to a handful here.
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Chinese Bitcoin Exchange BTCC to Suspend “All Trading” on Sep 30

Chinese Bitcoin Exchange BTCC to Suspend “All Trading” on Sep 30 submitted by jreddit83 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Major Chinese Bitcoin Exchange Lists Ethereum Classic Ahead of Ethereum

Major Chinese Bitcoin Exchange Lists Ethereum Classic Ahead of Ethereum submitted by Lukovka to EthereumClassic [link] [comments]

Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Can Resume Withdrawals In June

Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Can Resume Withdrawals In June submitted by Lukovka to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Eye Friendlier Asian Countries As Crypto/CNY Trading Ban Comes Into Effect

Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Eye Friendlier Asian Countries As Crypto/CNY Trading Ban Comes Into Effect submitted by Ocarding to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Chinese bitcoin exchange enters $17 million acquisition deal

Chinese bitcoin exchange enters $17 million acquisition deal submitted by onaangenaam to Crypto_Currency_News [link] [comments]

Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Accused of Misappropriating Client Funds

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PBOC Lists New Rules for Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges

PBOC Lists New Rules for Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges submitted by e-ok to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Will Likely Not Be Banned After All

Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Will Likely Not Be Banned After All submitted by uzalbert to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

PBOC Will Not Release Regulations for Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Anytime Soon

PBOC Will Not Release Regulations for Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Anytime Soon submitted by CryptoCurrencyNews to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Regulations for Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Expected in June, Withdrawals Could Soon Follow

Regulations for Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Expected in June, Withdrawals Could Soon Follow submitted by opling to btc [link] [comments]

Regulations for Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Expected in June, Withdrawals Could Soon Follow

Regulations for Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Expected in June, Withdrawals Could Soon Follow submitted by CryptoCurrencyNews to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

The Bull Awakens: Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Will Likely Not Be Banned After All

The Bull Awakens: Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Will Likely Not Be Banned After All submitted by Jaw709 to litecoin [link] [comments]

Chinese Bitcoin exchange Bter hacked, $1.75 million worth of cryptocurrency stolen

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Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Eye Friendlier Asian Countries As Crypto/CNY Trading Ban Comes Into Effect

Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Eye Friendlier Asian Countries As Crypto/CNY Trading Ban Comes Into Effect submitted by MartianMnM to Crypto_Currency_News [link] [comments]

Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Will Likely Not Be Banned After All

Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Will Likely Not Be Banned After All submitted by castom to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

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Major Chinese bitcoin exchanges have started to resume allowing withdrawals of the cryptocurrency after nearly a four-month freeze that followed increased scrutiny from the central bank. Three Biggest Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Are Shutting Down. Apparently, the news coming from China has cushioned the fall in the price of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The reports indicate that the exchange OKCoin and Huobi will not cease operations this month, as these two Bitcoin exchange center will simply follow their closure by the 31st October. OKCoin and Huobi are two of China’s ... Chinese bitcoin exchange BTCChina announced Thursday that it will stop all trading at the end of the month, ending days of speculation and causing the price of the digital cryptocurrency to fall by more than 16 percent. BTCChina, one of the largest bitcoin trading platforms in China, said it had reviewed a recent announcement from Chinese regulators and decided to stop all trading on September ... One of China's biggest banks recently opened up registration for wallets using the country's central bank-backed digital currency. There are four levels of the wallet, according to reports. Places to buy bitcoin in exchange for other currencies. Note: Exchanges provide highly varying degrees of safety, security, privacy, and control over your funds and information. Perform your own due diligence and choose a wallet where you will keep your bitcoin before selecting an exchange.

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