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1  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: SatoshiCIRCLE January 5.25 BTC Existing Player Giveaway on: January 31, 2014, 08:33:16 AM
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2  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: <<SatoshiCircle>> 8.25 BTC Holiday Giveaway, New and Existing Players Welcome on: December 17, 2013, 12:10:42 PM
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3  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: BTC China will be closed. All Bitcoin chinese exchangers will be closed. on: December 17, 2013, 06:45:40 AM
Let me try to summarize what OP have said:

FUD 1: OP claimed that China banned exchanges.
Truth: Bank transfer to and from exchanges are working perfectly; BTCChina and OKCoin are still doing the business happily.

FUD 2: OP claimed that China's central bank has made an announcement today.
Truth: OP cannot provide anything about it but just the Dec 5 announcement, and later claims the announcement will come out in a few days.

FUD 3: OP claimed that all Chinese Bitcoin exchanges will close their business in a month.
Truth: OP just keep saying that without any evidence. Just a friendly reminder, I am a fortune teller, and I know OP will face a disaster in a month. Sorry, can't tell you the details, but you will see it very soon.

1 and 3 are FUD, but 2 is true. It is true that third-part payment services are no longer allowed to serve BTC exchanges. There's an internal meeting without public announcement, but it has been reported in multiple serious media already.

For the third-party payment services, it is no big deal.
BTC-China started the business on Jun2011, and employed Tenpay just a few months ago.
We cannot directly withdraw our money on Bitstamp or Coindesk to Paypal or Dwolla as well.

Edit: It seems OP is no longer online, and bitcoin price is starting to bounce back. No conclusion can be drawn and no accusation is intended.
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