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China & India Continue To Take Steps To Thwart Crypto Use

The governments of China and India are known to be hostile to decentralized cryptocurrencies, and have taken steps over the past few...

Inside The World’s Anti-Crypto Countries: China

This article is part of a series on governments with an anti-crypto stance. China is most likely...

Curated blockchain and cryptocurrency news – Week 52

Before we begin, happy new year! Thank you for being a Crypto-News reader and for supporting us since we started in...

How China is Planning to Fight Online Plagiarism

During the last couple of years, China has been dealing with a wide variety of intellectual property issues. Given its 800 million...

People’s Bank of China Officially Bans Security Token Offerings

During the last couple of months, China has often reiterated its aggressive position towards digital currencies. A similar event recently took place, after the...

Curated blockchain and cryptocurrency news – Week 45

Welcome back to another week of our collection of the most interesting cryptocurrency and blockchain news stories. Google gets hacked on Twitter, Social good...

Curated blockchain and cryptocurrency news – Week 42

Welcome back to our weekly curated news article, where we explore and look at the events that unfolded in the past 7 days. If...

Chinese City is Using Blockchain to Track Convicts on Parole

Zhongshan has taken a futuristic measure by moving convict tracking on the blockchain. Due to the immutable and public nature of this data structure,...

Security One of the Most Sought-After Benefits from Blockchains

This news piece contains two stories from different sides from the world, which are interestingly connected. They both cover security and this shows how...

China Bans All Crypto-Related Events and Begins to Crack Down on...

China’s government has issued a ban on all crypto-related events in the country. This move, although not surprising, adds confusion to China’s already controversial...