China’s authoritarian crackdown on crypto, including #Bitcoin, is a big opportunity for the It’s also a reminder of our huge structural advantage over China.
When you lose so badly, you can’t even cheat your way out of it.
China announced this morning a new crackdown on Crypto. What does that mean? It means China is about to launch its Government crypto coin. If US follows, Fed coin means Bitcoin outlawed, US becomes Centralized Gov, like China, US communism begins, our freedoms end. Take care.
Mr 56” is scared of China. Mr 56” चीन से डरता है।
Joe Biden seems to work a lot harder than Donald Trump did
Nothing has created more wealth in the past decade than technologies banned in China. #Bitcoin
Evergrande, Bitcoin, China has been on a solid run.
BREAKING: China’s central bank says all cryptocurrency-related transactions are illegal
#Breaking: China has released detained Canadians Kovrig, Spavor: PM
China has banned bitcoin and cryptocurrencies so many times that I’ve lost count. (h/t @JohnStCapital)
Two Canadians detained by China for nearly three years have been released, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced
BREAKING: China’s central bank declares all cryptocurrency transactions illegal
Breaking News: Two Canadians imprisoned in China since 2018 were freed, just hours after the reached a deal to release the Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.
China deems all cryptocurrency-related transactions illegal, news that sends Bitcoin and Ethereum prices tumbling
Look over here everyone, China FUD! What is dead may never die. How many times can you ban the same thing?
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday night that Canadians Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig had boarded a plane and were on their way home after spending more than 1,000 days in detention in China. Read more:
China declared all cryptocurrency transactions illegal and issued a nationwide ban on cryptocurrency mining in an intensifying crackdown.
Two Canadians detained in China since 2018 are flying home, Trudeau says, after a US deal freed a Huawei executive
OUCH! Cryptocurrencies crash w/Ether down >9%, Bitcoin down >5% as China says all Crypto-related transactions are illegal.
China says all crypto transactions are illegal in major crackdown
US drops extradition request and agrees deal to free top Huawei executive detained in Canada, in case that sparked major row with China
UPDATE: China’s central bank says all cryptocurrency-related transactions are illegal via @crypto
BREAKING: China has released detained Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, PM says.
BREAKING: Two Canadians Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig have arrived in Canada nearly three years after they were detained in China. Earlier story for background:
Top Huawei executive flies home to China after being freed from house arrest in Canada in a deal with US prosecutors
In the minutes following China’s crypto ban, #Bitcoin’s price tumbled more than 9% to $41,083. This decision was made 9,000mi away from ELSL, but caused an instantaneous loss of ~$ worth of Salvadoran taxes. Just more dips to buy right, @nayibbukele?
At the same time Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou was boarding a plane to China, Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, jailed for 1,019 days, were boarding a plane to take them home to Canada. Yet Beijing still insists one case had nothing to do with the other. #cdnpoli
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou pleaded not guilty to US charges against her. She and the DOJ reached a deferred prosecution agreement related to the charges. An earlier tweet about her expected plea has been deleted.
Breaking coverage @CBCTheNational all night. Canadians Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig, detained in China for almost 3 years, now on plane home
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Two Canadian citizens who were detained by Beijing for more than 1,000 days have left China and will arrive back in Canada early on Saturday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said
All crypto currencies, including bitcoin and tether, are not fiat currency and cannot be circulated on the market, the People’s Bank of China says on its website.
The Justice Department reached a deal that will allow Huawei finance chief Meng Wanzhou to return to China from detention in Canada, a person familiar with the matter said
China has released two Canadians who had been detained on spying charges, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said, after an executive of Chinese communications giant Huawei resolved criminal charges against her in a deal with the Justice Department.
Taiwan accused China of bullying after Beijing sent a total of 24 warplanes into its air defense identification zone, the third-largest incursion in the past two years of heightened tensions between Beijing and Taipei.
Bitcoin, ether and other digital tokens tumble as China intensifies its push to rein in crypto speculation and mining
China’s central bank declares all transactions involving Bitcoin and other virtual currencies illegal.
China’s Central Bank Says All Cryptocurrency Transactions Are Illegal
Canadian PM Trudeau says two detained citizens have left China
Canadians Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig freed by China arrive home