BTCC stops accepting deposits

Oldest Chinese cryptocurrency exchange stopped taking deposits in yuan and cryptocurrency
27 September 2017   600

BTCC stops accepting yuan and cryptocurrency deposits today. This is reported by the Cryptocoinsnews.

A giant of Chinese cryptocurrency industry, the oldest exchange in ex-largest crypto trading market in the world stopped receing deposists 27.09 at 12.00 noon, Beijing time. Exchange is working for 7 years now.

Today's notice from Chinese CMS BTCChina com continues the previous announcement, when BTCC cofirmed it will "stop all trading" on September 30 due to regulations of Chinese financial authorities and China’s central bank.

Additionally, BTCChina reported about the deadline of withdrawals of digital assets and renminbi –  October 30. The administration notes that all withdrawals will be processed within 3 days, regardless of the digital asset reserve.

BTCChina operates on a 100% reserve system, meaning that we safely hold all of our customer funds in accounts and addresses that are separate from company accounts and address. All customers will be able to withdraw all their funds (including CNY, BTC, LTC, and ETH) from our exchanges within 72 hours.

BTCC statement 

The original statement.

Swansea Hosts Blockchain and Distributed Energy Conference

The BEW'18, which will be held on February 19, 2018 in Swansea, UK, is a must-attend for people who are interested in the cutting edge of blockchain
19 February 2018   239

The Blockchain Energy Wales'18 Conference will be held on February 19, 2018 in Swansea, United Kingdom.

The conference will introduce Klenergy and their Pylon Network, which is a decentralised energy exchange platform powered by renewable energy. The BEW'18 is a must-attend for people who are interested in the cutting edge of blockchain, distributed energy, peer2peer and smart technology.

BEW conference location swanseaBEW'18 Exact Location

Location: TechHub Swansea, 221 Stryd Fawr, Swansea SA1 1NW, UK
Time: from 9AM to 1.30PM

The headline speakers include Paul Harwood, Basicincome supporter and advocate, and David Clubb, director of RUKCymru and head of digital RenewableUK.

The agenda of the conference is as follows: Blockchain technology and its application in the energy sector, future of blockchain wallet systems, buildings as power stations, building the open-source co-operation protocol for the energy sector, and more.