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China bitcoin: Inner Mongolia reinforces Beijing’s ban on mining with strict rules as more operators prepare to relocate offshore
The new rules, up for public comment until June 1, target industrial parks, data centres, telecoms companies, internet firms, and even cybercafesAlthough creating and trading cryptocurrencies is illegal in China, authorities have until recently turned a blind eye to bitcoin miners
Police reports of crime related to cryptocurrency investments have soared since 2018.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A push toward relying more on renewable energy for bitcoin mining could make the underperforming solar industry more attractive, star fund manager Cathie Wood said at a cryptocurrency conference Thursday.
NEW YORK: Investors are rediscovering their appetite for the market’s speculative fringes.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Cryptocurrencies slipped on Thursday, though without falling through recent lows, as traders clung to hopes that a nascent recovery from last week's plunge can regain its momentum.
NEW YORK: Bitcoin rallied toward the US$40,000 (RM164,000) level as cryptocurrencies recover some of the ground lost in this month’s volatile rout.
BITCOIN’S wild gyrations in 2021 have made sure of one thing: The future of money will be electronic, but it won’t remotely resemble a cyberpunk utopia. People’s power will bow to sovereigns’ might.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): Turbulence continued in the cryptocurrency sector on Monday following a series of warnings from the Chinese authorities against trading and mining of such instruments.
Elon Musk's tweet encouraging Bitcoin miners make operations more environmentally friendly has helped the cryptocurrency maintain its value, after a rough past week.