China’s CCTV Airs Then Pulls Cryptocurrency Segment

In a recent turn of events, China’s state-backed media outlet, CCTV, aired a video discussing cryptocurrency, which was subsequently taken down. ๐Ÿ•ต๏ธโ€โ™‚๏ธ

It even caught CZ’s attention:

Most of the excitement and hoopla is tied to Hong Kong’s recent announcement permitting licensed virtual asset platforms to offer services to retail traders.

However, the Securities and Futures Commission has not yet greenlit any crypto platforms to provide these services. CZ’s emphasis on the importance of CCTV discussing cryptocurrency stems from China’s complete ban on cryptocurrency activities in 2021.

With Hong Kongโ€”a special administrative region of Chinaโ€”showing positive developments towards cryptocurrency, speculation about China’s stance on crypto has been reignited. ๐Ÿ‘€

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