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Chinese court: cryptocurrency should be legally protected by property of citizens

The Arbitration Court in China ruled that, despite the country’s Central Bank’s ban on trading in cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin must still be legally protected as citizen’s property. The Shenzhen Court published the details of the case through WeChat, stating its decision on a recent economic dispute concerning a business contract involving…

China to Drafts for Three Domestic Blockchain Standards in 2018

The China Electronics Standardization Institute (CESI), a government organization under the country’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), plans to release three blockchain standards for smart contracts, privacy and deposits as a way to improve the country’s development of the blockchain industry. The standards, which would be association based,…

Chinese hedge fund manager launching decentralized venture capital ecosystem

The man who set up one of the first activism hedge funds in Hong Kong for CM Asset Management called the Shareholder Value Fund, has decided to embrace blockchain technology by launching SuperNode Community (SNC), a decentralized blockchain ecosystem to democratize the traditional venture capital (VC) model for startups. SNC’s…

China Prosecutes 98 Over Alleged $2 Billion OneCoin Pyramid Scheme

Prosecutors in China have charged four suspects said to be involved with operating an alleged $2 billion cryptocurrency pyramid scheme. According to a news release issued by the Supreme People’s Procuratorate issued Wednesday, a local prosecutor’s office in Hunan province has charged the four individuals as part of a wider crackdown…

China Set to Provide Monthly Cryptocurrency Report

China’s government is well known as a crypto hater, and its banishments and pronouncements are the stuff of wild market swings. That doesn’t mean, however, they’re not keeping close eye on decentralized currencies. In fact, according to recent press releases, Chinese authorities are set to publish regular monthly analysis of…

China’s Official Government Auditor Is Looking at Blockchain Solutions

China’s government auditor thinks blockchain can “open up a window” to a more streamlined data storage. In an article published Tuesday on its website, the National Audit Office of the People’s Republic of China discussed using blockchain to alleviate the bottleneck caused by its current data storage infrastructure. At present, the…

China’s Central Bank Eyes Crypto as Possible Yuan Risk

China’s central bank has said cryptocurrencies will be one of its top priorities this year, in an effort to protect the national currency. According to an announcement Thursday, People’s Bank of China (PBoC) has outlined its agenda for the coming year during a conference call focused on monetary development. While…

The head of the Chinese Central Bank: the cryptocurrency gives people freedom

  The head of the Chinese Central bank, Gan said that the cryptocurrency is money that has no borders. According to the official, the cryptocurrency is adrenaline for crypto investors. Digital assets are of great interest to Chinese society, as it gives full freedom to enter the financial market. Also,…

China Will Move Slowly to Regulate Cryptocurrency: Central Bank Governor

While it does not recognize bitcoin as a payment tool, China recognizes that digital currency is inevitable and is in no hurry to regulate cryptocurrencies, according to Zhou Xiaochuan, governor of the country’s central bank, the People’s Bank of China (PBC). The central bank official gave his views on digital…

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