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July 20, 2014, 12:41:23 PM
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http://www.coindesk.com/chinese-exchange-okcoin-launch-usd-deposits-withdrawals/

Beijing-based bitcoin exchange provider OKCoin has announced its latest strategic bid to move beyond Asia’s markets and serve the global bitcoin community by announcing the planned launch of its new international exchange website.

The move will find the China-based company accepting USD deposits and processing USD withdrawals via OKCoin.com. OKCoin will also host servers for the new offering outside of China and provide English-language customer service.

The Red dragon moves.

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But I thought China had banned bitcoin? Or that's what I kept hearing anyway.
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