Chinese State Media Warns Of Bitcoin Price Falling To Zero As Regulators Warning Issue Crypto Update

Chinese State Media Warns Of Bitcoin Price Falling To Zero As Regulators Warning Issue Crypto Update



A Chinese state-run newspaper has published a filed article warning of bitcoin price dropping to zero amid the crypto market sell-off. Meanwhile, financial regulators in Shenzhen have issued a new cryptocurrency warning.

State Newspaper Warns of Bitcoin Losing Value

China’s state-run Economic Daily published an article warning against bitcoin on Wednesday, according to the SCMP. The national newspaper is directly under the control of the ruling Chinese Communist Party Central Committee.

The article warned that investors should be wary of the risk of bitcoin prices “heading towards zero” amid the recent crypto market selloff.



“Bitcoin is nothing more than a string of digital codes, and its returns mostly involve buying low and selling high,” the paper details, adding:

In the future, once investor confidence plummets or when sovereign countries declare bitcoin illegal, it will revert to its original value, which is completely worthless.

The paper details that the lack of regulation in improved countries, such as the United States, has planned to create a highly leveraged market that is “full of manipulative concepts and pseudo-technology.” The article describes it as an “important external factor” contributing to bitcoin’s recovery.

The public media warning reflects Beijing’s tough stance against cryptocurrency and related activities that the government has banned.

New crypto warning from Chinese regulators

On Tuesday, the Shenzhen Financial Regulatory Bureau, the People’s Bank of China’s Shenzhen Central Sub-Branch and the Shenzhen Development and Reform Commission also jointly issued a warning that investors should be vigilant about activities. illicit crypto financials and how to avoid getting scammed.

The notice states that virtual machine trading and speculation “seriously endangers” the safety of people’s property and breeds gambling, illicit fund collection, fraud, pyramid schemes, money laundering and other illegal and criminal activities. He also claims that they disrupt the economic and financial order of the country.

Financial authorities cited a statement issued in September last year by China’s central bank, the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), and 10 ministries and commissions stating that virtual currency is not legal tender and that activities related are illegal financial activities.

What do you think of the state-run newspaper issuing a warning about bitcoin price dropping to zero and Chinese regulators warning against illegal crypto activities? Let us know in the comments section below.

Kevin Helms

An economics student from Austria, Kevin discovered Bitcoin in 2011 and has been an evangelist ever since. His interests include Bitcoin security, open source systems, network effects, and the intersection between economics and cryptography.

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