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BTC China Top Chinese Bitcoin Exchange is shutting down.

One of the largest Bitcoin exchange in China is closing soon. This will be a huge impact in cryptocurrency and soon after we will see a continuous drop of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, and other cryptocurrency.
“BTC China is based in Shanghai, the world’s second largest bitcoin exchange by volume as of October 2014. Founded in June 2011, it was the China’s first bitcoin exchange, and most of it’s customer are thought to be Chinese.” Wikipedia
BTCC is fifth largest Bitcoin exchange in the world by trading volume according to CoinMarketCap, and third in China behind OKCoin and Huobi.
As of writing this article, there is no update from their website though BTC China tweet this today.
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So if you’re using BTCC exchange services, it is highly recommended that you withdraw your token as soon as practical.
Do we expect to see OK Coin and Huobi exchange closing their trading exchange door soon? We will find out soon.

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  2. Staying completely anonymous is difficult, unless you buy locally from someone in cash through a person-to-person marketplace. Make sure to check if the exchange follows Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) laws in your country. If they do, then some identity information will have to be sent to them before buying more on this here.

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  3. Staying completely anonymous is difficult, unless you buy locally from someone in cash through a person-to-person marketplace. Make sure to check if the exchange follows Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) laws in your country. If they do, then some identity information will have to be sent to them before buying more on this here.

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