The cryptocurrency crowd has wasted no time in dancing on the grave of China’s “FUD” (Internet speak for fear, uncertainty and doubt). By Lionel Laurent.
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Promoted | China banned cryptocurrencies again, but this time the markets hardly noticed. What does this mean for the strength of crypto, and has China just made big mistake?
The People’s Bank of China is “close” to issuing its own cryptocurrency, according to a senior official.
Bitcoin is showing signs of becoming a serious asset class. Last week’s price swings hardly back up that assertion. The cryptocurrency dropped 7,8% on Thursday after news that the People’s Bank of China threatened to shut exchanges