Amid mounting pressure to the wider economy, blockchain pioneers are confident in Web3-based gaming's ability to withstand another crypto winter.
Leading cryptocurrency exchange firm Gemini will stop providing free crypto withdrawals starting June 15, according to an email sent to the platform'a users.
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The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) on June 2 announced it has filed a complaint against Gemini Trust Company, LLC, for making false or misleading statements of material facts or omitting to state material facts to the CFTC.
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Three Chinese state associations issued a joint initiative on Wednesday for curbing the financialization and securitization of NFTs, and for preventing the risk of illegal financial activities.
According to data gathered by reporters at Securities Daily, as of October 7, over 20 virtual currency-related enterprises have announced that they would completely withdraw from the Chinese market.
Alibaba’s international e-commerce website announced on Monday that it would ban the sale of cryptocurrency mining machine products from October 8.
Huobi Global has decided to discontinue account registration for new users in Chinese mainland since September 24, and will gradually retire existing user accounts in the region by 24:00 (UTC+8) on December 31.
Meitu, a Chinese smartphone maker and owner of a popular photo retouching app, announced on Tuesday that it lost $17.3 million in bitcoin due to a nosedive in its value. However, the Xiamen-based company has not expressed plans to sell the cryptocurrency in the short term. Based on their prices as of June 30th, the […]
The cryptocurrency market took a dive on Monday after China broadened its clampdown on cryptocurrency mining to the southwestern province of Sichuan.
China’s twitter-like social media platform Weibo and search engine Baidu have blocked a series of crypto-related keywords, as the government continues putting pressure on the cryptocurrency market.
China’s top telecommunications and Internet regulators on Monday unveiled new guidelines aimed at transforming the country into a global leader in blockchain technology by 2025, as authorities continue to impose curbs on domestic cryptocurrency production.
Chinese cryptocurrency miners Huobi Mall and BTC.TOP announced on Sunday that they have suspended their operations on mainland China after the country escalated its crackdown on bitcoin mining and trading activities, contributing to a slump in the cryptocurrency markets.