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Bitcoin mines are forced to close in rows

China’s government is seeking absolute control over payment transactions in its own country. Strict rules have always ensured that Chinese citizens can only transfer a limited amount of the national currency, the yuan, abroad each year. It is therefore no wonder that decentralized cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are a thorn in Beijing’s side.

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