China Bans Bitcoin Mining? Geruchten Vlieg als Mededelingen verschijnen Press

Wilma Woo · november 14, 2017 · 9:00 ben

Chinese Bitcoin mining farms are reportedly receiving immediate cease and desist notices from authorities.

Bitcoin Mining Now ‘Illegal’?

Evidence surfacing on Twitter added to an article from local news outlet Caixing vandaag, which stated electricity supplier in Szechuan province had said Bitcoin mining was now “illegal.”

“Immediately stop supply power to bitcoin mining businesses upon receiving this notice,” a translated notice proclaiming the ban uploaded by 8btc and translated on Twitter states.

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Als het klopt, the wholesale halting of mining in China’s cheap energy hotspots would significantly degrade the country’s competitiveness, having previously issued a ban in both Bitcoin-to-fiat exchange and ICOs.

Mining activities survived previous bans, with commentator Andreas Antonopoulos relaying how state-sponsored activities were ensuring the practice continued unhindered.

While Caixin mentions “punishment” for nonconformity, it remains unclear as to how wide-ranging the scaling back of mining will be.

Wu No-Show At Ethereum Classic Summit

Als reactie op het nieuws, social media commentator WhalePanda suggested it was the reason Bitmain CEO Jihan Wu did not make a planned appearance on a mining panel at the Ethereum Classic Summit in Hong Kong today.

Further responses were more mixed. Withdrawal of Chinese mining power could mean even slower processing of transactions in the short term, some fear, while others hoped a more permanent ban would result in increased decentralization of the mining process.

China had controlled a huge swathe of mining power, despite recent attempts by rivals such as Russia to get in on the action.

“Bad news short term (Bitcoin could be slow until next adjustment after 2 weken) but this could mean more decentralisation. Is bad for Bcash that does not have miners out of China…," een top Reddit comment leest.

Bitcoin Cash, now known as BCash or BCH, is a top preoccupation of Wu, who potentially faces difficulties from regulatory changes. His predicament has already become a point of humor, especially given Bitcoin Cash’s highly controversial growth over the past five days.

What do you think about notices appearing to ban Bitcoin mining in China? Laat het ons weten in de reacties hieronder!

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Bron: Bitcoinist

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