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Top China Bitcoin exchange to stop trading

BBC News Friday, 15 September 2017 ()
Top China Bitcoin exchange to stop tradingBTCC will stop trading at the end of the month amid a widening crackdown on virtual currencies.
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Chinese bitcoin exchange BTCChina said on Thursday that it would stop all trading as of September 30, leaving bitcoin to face a 30 percent slashing from its record highs earlier in the month. Todd 'Bubba' Horwitz, founder of bubbatrading.com said that the cryptocurrency craze is part of the reason...

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