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“BTCC regularly meets with the People’s Bank of China and we work closely with them to ensure that we are operating in accordance with the laws and regulations of China.
Although standards in the bitcoin space have increased considerably since the digital currency’s early days, signs of amateurism remain. Bitfinex was allegedly hacked last year, losing some $70 millio... Read More
It is not clear what measures BTCC was asked to undertake, but China has recently instituted strict capital controls to prevent capital flight due to yuan’s continued decline. There were speculations ... Read More
It is more likely that China has now learned from the significant strategic advantage the foresight of UK’s government gave to Britain when in 2014 they embraced Fintech symbolically shown by the then... Read More
Withdrawing the subpoena regarding Jeffrey K.Berns wasn’t enough to make him leave the case, as his law firm, Berns Weiss LLP, later on argued the IRS’s willingness to do so corroborated his argument ... Read More
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