The database tracking oppressed Uyghurs in China has changed its copyright license after its images were used to create a series of NFTs.
Crypto scammers used booming token prices and pandemic travel restrictions to swindle romance-seeking Chinese speakers out of millions.
The cutesy panda NFTs were launched to promote the Winter Olympics in Beijing and are currently selling at multiples of their launch price.
A Chinese cybersecurity firm says Bitcoin miners hiding out in the country still make up a significant part of the crypto’s global hashrate.
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