China’s Lifting of Bitcoin Ban is Fake News

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Sorry, but the reports circulating that China has finally lifted its ban on trading is not accurate.

Contrary to several media reports, including from a cryptocurrency-focused online publication with the banner: China Lifts Bitcoin Ban; Individuals and Businesses Can Now Own Cryptocurrencies Legally as well as tweets and statements by public figures, the report that Beijing has backtracked from its moratorium on Bitcoin trading is actually a misinterpretation of a ruling by a Shenzen court.

A Twitter post by user @katherineykwu (Katherine Wu) stated:


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