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Old 10-09-2017, 02:38 PM   #1
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Post Great Time to Buy Bitcoin as “Unreliable Sources” from China Spook Markets

As usual there is a massive overreaction from news coming from China. It’s possible to say that the basis of latest announcement that China is banning ICOs and exchanges is unreliable as there has been no formal statement from a government official.



The origin of the news was a Google translated article from a Chinese journalist, who apparently had spoken to some official. So the news is three layers from the original source.

Last time China banned or wanted to stop Bitcoin, they reversed the situation some months after.

Remember, China have many laws preventing capital flight, money leaving China, and we are not used to laws being verbal unsubstantiated statements, from non-government officials.

Are some people having an agenda to pump Bitcoin and spook the market? This news may actually be doing everyone a favour, as it is likely to be the last time you can buy Bitcoin at these levels. We have just had it gifted to us, a 30 percent return as BTC will dipped below $4000 and then returned to business as usual.

However Ether may not be so lucky
Bitcoin isn’t the issue here. It’s Ether, which is largely the hub of the ICO community, that is likely to take a pounding, with the Ethereum network struggling to keep pace with demand. ICOs are, after all, the pump for Ether, and it is likely that ETH will continue to rise for the time being.

Many ICOs are founded on poor ideas, and big ones could expose the market when founders fail to deliver what was promised, because they lack experience and have never run a business.

Many ERC20 token launches in the past six months are based on bad ideas and flawed thinking where tokenomics don't work for investors.

First ICOs get called out, run out of money, and many have delivered nothing to users or investors. But for the time being, ICOs will pump ETH and in 2018 we will see 5000 ICOs.

Remember, remember
Remember, Chinese investors are still out there, still buying into ICOs, and above all China is not the market, it is not Bitcoin, and the world of crypto will push on with or without them.

China has and will reverse the decision, they are pumping mining pools like everyone else, Russia, America, India and the enterprise takeover continues…

China banned Bitcoin, then changed its mind. China’s rules to prevent capital flight isn’t working. China cannot pick and choose the things it likes from capitalism, it’s capitalism that is paying to build China into what it is today.
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Old 13-09-2017, 06:12 PM   #2
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Post Bitcoin price crashes below $3,800 amid China cryptocurrency exchange crackdown

THE bitcoin price has fallen further amid news that China is set to close down local cryptocurrency exchanges.

The digital currency fell below $3,800 on Wednesday, with losses taking the value to around $3,788.

Bitcoin's price has lost around $1,000 since the start of September when the price came within touching distance of $5,000.

It comes amid speculation the Chinese government is launching a crackdown on exchanges.

Beijing has already decided to ban initial coin offerings, which are used to raise funds with new digital tokens.

The two moves mark a clampdown on cryptocurrency in the world's second largest economy.

And this has prompted traders to sell off bitcoin - the price has also been hit by comments from JP Morgan boss Jamie Dimon, who called bitcoin a fraud.

Naeem Aslam, chief market analyst at Think Markets, said: "China's plan to shut down the domestic bitcoin exchanges has taken a lot of wind out of bitcoin.

"The PBOC has prepared a draft which would ban the Chinese platforms from offering bitcoin trading- a serious blow for bitcoin.

"Remember, Asia has massively influenced the demand for bitcoin.

"The fading geopolitical tensions are also impacting the bitcoin price.

"As a result of all the negative news, traders have taken some profit off the table and the cryptocurrency broke the $4000 mark for the first time since it touched the €5000 level.
Other countries have also moved to regulate the market.

However, some experts said the bitcoin price could bounce back.

It comes after underwear entrepreneur Michelle Mone last week announced the launch of £250million luxury property development in Dubai, priced in bitcoin.

Financial company CoinIRA chief executive Trevor Gerszt said: "Recent pullback in price was in large part a reaction to the announcement that China is banning ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings).

"To be clear, they have not made bitcoin illegal.

"There has been $1.5 billion raised this year in the ICO market which has gone largely unregulated and many have lost money due to scams.

"Smart investors are seeing this as a buying opportunity; this technology is here to stay and will continue to have long-term value."

Yoni Assia, co-founder and chief executive of eToro added: "Most large financial institutions are well on the road to accepting the enormous potential of blockchain technology, and many have invested significant sums in research, product development, and directly in cryptocurrencies.

"Blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies have the potential to sweep away all of today's incumbent financial institutions."
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