China Bans ALL Cryptocurrency Transactions Declaring Any Trading As An “Illegal” Activity

China Bans ALL Cryptocurrency Transactions Declaring Any Trading As An “Illegal” Activity

China Bans All Cryptocurrency Transactions Declaring Any Trading “Illegal”

China’s central bank has declared all transactions of crypto-currencies illegal, in effect banning digital tokens such as Bitcoin.

“Virtual currency-related business activities are illegal financial activities,” the People’s Bank of China said, warning it “seriously endangers the safety of people’s assets”.

This is a blow to independent digital “currencies”, as China is one of the world’s largest crypto-currency markets.

Is Crypto a real currency?

It is certainly not a reliable and stable way to pay for things. The price of Bitcoin fell by more than $2,000 (£1,460) today following the Chinese announcement.

It is the latest in China’s national crackdown on what it sees as a volatile, speculative investment at best – and a way to launder money at worst.

The latest move follows a 2019 ban on trading crypto-currency, which has continued online through foreign exchanges.

China has warned of crackdowns on crypto this year.

In May, Chinese state intuitions warned buyers they have no protection for continuing to trade Bitcoin and other currencies online.

In June, it told banks and payment platforms to stop facilitating transactions and issued bans on “mining” the currencies – the trade of using power hungry computers to create new digital coins.

Friday’s announcement is a stark warning yet that China wants to shut down crypto-currency trading in all its forms.

The statement clearly states that anyone involved in “illegal financial activities” are committing a criminal offence and will be prosecuted.

Even foreign websites providing such services to Chinese citizens online is also an illegal activity.

China already has its own digital version of the Yuan, and other central banks are set to follow in a bid to phase own cash and get a tighter grip on our money.

Will other governments eventually ban non-central bank currencies?

How digital coins are mined

The technology behind crypto-currencies, including the leading crypto Bitcoin, is linked on many distributed computers verifying and checking transactions on a giant shared ledger known as the blockchain.

New “coins” are randomly awarded to those who take part in this work – known as crypto “mining”.

China, with its relatively low electricity costs and cheaper computer hardware, has become one of the world’s main centres for mining activity.

Online gamers blame the mining industry for a global shortage of powerful graphics cards, which miners use for processing crypto-currencies.

Two years ago in September 2019, China accounted for 75% of the world’s Bitcoin energy use, but by April 2021 it had dropped to just 46%.

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