Following China's crackdown on trading against the yuan, some of the country's major bitcoin exchanges are now shifting to the OTC market.
OKCoin and Huobi will end yuan-to-bitcoin trading by the end of next month, but are set to keep offering crypto-to-crypto trades.
Chinese digital currency exchange OKCoin has stopped accepting US dollar deposits, a move it attributed to banking issues.
Bitcoin investor Roger Ver’s legal fight against Chinese bitcoin exchange OKCoin is intensifying as he pushes for the firm to be liquidated.
A trader based in China's Hunan province is bringing a lawsuit against cryptocurrency exchange OKCoin.
One of China's 'Big Three' bitcoin exchanges issued an update on its fee policies today, only to later remove the statement from its website.
Bitcoin trading volume continued to decline on 26th January, following the trend that began when major Chinese exchanges began charging trading fees.
Bitcoin prices have remained largely unchanged today, fluctuating around $900 despite new trading fees on the three largest exchanges.
China's major bitcoin exchanges halted, or otherwise updated, their lending-based bitcoin trading services today.
The People's Bank of China revealed today it has held additional meetings with major bitcoin exchanges.