November 19, 2019 by Clementine
In a document published Friday on social media, the central Bank of China (BPOC) has urged the regional authorities in Shanghai to conduct investigations relating to the entities exploiting the crypto-currency in the region. The results of the survey, focused on the crypto-exchanges and companies which are organising ICO and will be sent to the financial institution prior to November 22, to introduce new regulations and new measures.
Raking in Shanghai to clean up the operating crypto
Shanghai is a major hub of China in terms of operating crypto development and Blockchain. With its hundreds of companies involved in the numerical solutions, the largest city in China there are also many startups to informal continue to organize the ICO despite the prohibitions imposed by the central government.
In this perspective, the BPOC has urged local regulators to investigate the activities related to the crypto in order to flush out the ICO’s current as well as the trading ” crypto-trustees “. The document shows in particular a deadline, scheduled on 22 November, to the authorities to send the results of the investigation, which will lead to the closure of the business therefore.
China wants only the Blockchain
While the chinese president Xi Jinping has given the green light to take advantage of the Blockchain in its entire widththe companies in the digital sector hurried to deepen the developments related to emerging technologies, whether in the field or logistics or finance.
However, the crypto-currency is not among the priorities of the government. Actually, the government as well as the BPOC plan to launch a unique solution for this sector, namely the launch of a digital currency national, which has not its equal nor its competitor on the chinese territory.
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