Bitcoin Traders in China Could Return to Their Favorite Trading if Rumors Concerning OKEx and Huobi-Pro come true
to local news feeds cnLedger, the two general stock exchanges are "soon to be launched" p2p Bitcoin trading with the support of the fiduciary currencies including the yuan.
"We believe that they will support CNY and others," the resource tweeted Monday
We believe that they will support the CNY and d & # 39; Others like the USD, the JPY …
– cnLedger (@cnLedger) October 30, 2017
the information is poignant, arriving just before the last Chinese exchanges only have closed their doors due to a government ban on crypto-fiat trade.
Although OKEx and Huobi-Pro are non-China-based international operations not subject to the national ban, cnLedger suggests that by undisclo Sed mechanisms could eventually give access to Chinese traders.
"They are registered outside of China, and operate independently of OKCoin (at least they claim that … you have the idea)," he wrote
Wink -wink, nudge-nudge
OKEx himself set the tone "wink, nudge-nudge" when announcing his future plans after the deadline of 39, stop of October 31
What will follow #okcoin after October 31 – the day Okcoin.cn cease any operation in China? Stay tuned for our next Fans Appreciation Night with @starokcoin pic.twitter.com/ahRZQzyLqu
– OKEx (@OKEx_) October 29, 2017
The weekend after the Party Conference Communist a new exchange, ZB .com has announced that it will offer all its features from 1 November, with details that remain however vague.
Last week, Cointelegraph reported the growing interest of extradited Chinese traders to establish new bases elsewhere in Asia. Japan, where the local platform Quoine said that she had been unable to serve the level of interest.
Bitcoin meanwhile continues to hold more than $ 6,000 on Monday as Chinese optimism swells, and the threat of the rigid SegWit2x fork continues to create tension. opportunities for short-term traders.