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9 Apr 2019.
China has said it wants to outlaw cryptocurrency mining, a move that would.
the world's most popular cryptocurrency, is probably located in China,
The background: Last year NASA announced it was accepting bids from.
Mexico has posted another record one-day increase in confirmed coronavirus cases, with 6,288, while 793 more deaths have been.
11 Dec 2017.
How long can the OneCoin frenzy last? These are among the key questions now being pondered by cryptocurrency fans and speculative.
6 nov 2019.
In deze toespraak werden cryptovaluta, bitcoin en mining nergens genoemd, zodat onduidelijk bleef wat het standpunt van de Chinese.
28 okt 2019.
en dit lijkt de deur voor cryptocurrency te hebben geopend. Hij vertelde dat China de kans moet grijpen om een leidende rol in te nemen.
27 Oct 2019.
Welcome back to TechCrunch's China roundup, a digest of the latest events that happened.
Bitcoin price soared more than 10% in response.
A special effects and technology company in San Francisco is pitching a surprisingly lifelike animatronic dolphin to.
China does not recognize cryptocurrencies as legal tender and the banking system is not accepting.
Bitcoin mining. In the meantime, China's central bank is reportedly considering issuing its own digital currency.
Last Updated: 08/16/ 2019.
Dogs are still being butchered and sold for meat in markets in Yulin, southern China, despite central government.