Chinese cryptocurrency investors are reportedly reducing the liquidity on centralized exchanges by locking their assets in return for yield farming
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Barry Silbert's Digitial Currency Group has established a new subsidiary and will invest $100 million to enter the Bitcoin mining
China's CBDC tested on small retail transactions only, despite rumors claiming otherwise. At the same time, the country's Blockchain-based Service
Professional traders in East Asia, Western Europe, and North America responsible for the majority of crypto trading volume, while East
China's ambitious Blockchain Service Network targets international developers following the launch of its global website.
Reportedly, China has seen 10,000 blockchain-oriented companies being registered in the first seven months of 2020 alone.
Multiple Chinese commercial banks have begun testing a digital wallet app linked to the country's expected CBDC.
This week was nothing short of exciting in the cryptocurrency markets. Bitcoin definitely woke up from its slumber and made
Despite the country's stringent regulation on cryptocurrencies, it appears that Bitcoin is not entirely banned in China.
A total of 27 core members associated with the $5.8 billion cryptocurrency scam PlusToken have been arrested by the Chinese