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OKCoin Founder Buys Hong Kong-Listed Firm in $60 Million Deal

| Yogita Khatri

The founder of cryptocurrency exchange OKCoin has taken a step towards a reverse IPO with a $60 million acquisition in Hong Kong.

OKCoin Founder Star Xu Seeks to Acquire Public Firm for $60 Million

| Daniel Palmer

OKCoin founder Star Xu may be seeking a possible backdoor IPO by buying a majority stake in a Hong Kong-listed company.

OKCoin CEO Hints at China Cooperation In Leaked Chat

| Wolfie Zhao

Star Xu, the founder of Chinese crypto exchange OKCoin, is sparking controversy with remarks his firm may be open to working with the government.

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Roger Ver and OKCoin at War Over Bitcoin.com Domain Name

| Stan Higgins

Two of bitcoin's biggest names, Roger Ver and exchange OKCoin, are engaged in a dispute over the Bitcoin.com domain, amid accusations over contracts.

OKCoin CEO Star Xu: Bitcoin’s Price Depends on User Growth

| Pete Rizzo

CoinDesk speaks to OKCoin CEO Star Xu about his leading BTC/CNY exchange's new push to promote "real bitcoin use" in China and abroad.

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Huobi, OKCoin Celebrate Chinese Bitcoin Industry at Weekend Galas

| Jon Southurst

China's bitcoin industry stepped out over the weekend with two large gala events for exchanges OKCoin and Huobi.

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OKCoin and Huobi Discuss Bitcoin in China and Plans for Survival

| Jon Southurst

Excessive price speculation and investor risk may have caused central bank clampdown, say Chinese exchange CEOs.

China Bank Pressure Influences Latest OKCoin Service Upgrade

| Pete Rizzo

Bitcoin exchange OKCoin has announced the suspension of its P2P margin trading services as part of a site upgrade.

Five Chinese Exchange CEOs Pull Out of Conference

| Jon Southurst

Five Chinese exchanges will not attend this weekend's Global Bitcoin Summit in Beijing due to recent central bank actions.

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Bitcoin Price Drops 10% as Chinese Exchanges Stop Bank Deposits

| Jon Southurst

Bitcoin prices sank under $403 after several Chinese exchanges made public announcements on their sites.