Published on September 15th, 2017 | by bitcoin0
China’s Bitcoin Exchange needs to stop trading Virtual Currencies Amid Crackdown
China’s bitcoin exchanges have received instruction that they will need to stop new user registration from today, September 15.
The exchanges also need to announce today the schedule to stop the trading of all virtual currencies and publish it at their websites.
Exchanges shall deal with their claims and liabilities properly, and insure that investors’ funds and virtual currencies are safe.
Before 15 September midnight, exchanges shall publish closing announcements, and announce a schedule to stop the trading of all virtual currencies.
As for exchanges’ prices, Bitcoin is trading at about $2904.64 on OkCoin, $2887.97 – on Huobi, and $2908.37 – on BTCC at press time.