Authorities in China have reportedly emptied and sealed up offices belonging to GXChain, a 2017 ICO startup whose token once reached a market cap of over $600 million.
Fake news has been going round in the past 24 hours after a crypto news publication site reported that the Chinese government reversed a crypto ban imposed in 2017. The fake news report has the title - China Lifts Bitcoin Ban; Individuals and Businesses Can Now Own Cryptocurrencies Legally.
The People’s Bank Of China has become aware of the increase in the number of airdrops and will make a move to reduce this trend according to its Financial Stability Report released on Friday. This will be part of recent efforts made by China’s premier bank to crack down on the sale of ICO tokens.