China’s PBOC Governor Speaks Against Speculative Cryptocurrencies (news.bitcoin.com)

This week the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, spoke about both public and privately issued cryptocurrencies. Zhou details that the central bank dislikes “speculative cryptocurrency products” and the bank does not officially recognize digital currencies like bitcoin. Further Zhou explains the bank is monitoring projects like bitcoin and initial coin offerings (ICO), and aims to ramp up regulatory actions.
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New Blockchain Social Media Platform Speaks with a Russian ‘Voice’

Voice will be the first Russian-language social media platform built on top of a blockchain. With cyber.Fund using Steemit as a template, Voice is intended to cater to the uniqueness of the Russian people, as contributions to the Steemit website are primarily in English, although there are posts in a few other languages. In an […]

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