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中国地方政府警告投资者:加密货币不是区块链

2019-12-17 13:47

中国东部山东省的港口城市威海向投资者发出了严厉警告:确保你真正投资的是区块链创新,而不是伪装成区块链的加密货币。


威海金融监管局周五表示,投资者应该更加谨慎,因为非法密码的发行和交易正在增加。


自2017年以来,密码交易和ico在中国一直是非法的,但区块链得到了中国国家主席习近平的鼓励。然而,政府声称更多的公司,大多数伪装成区块链的创业公司,已经启动了密码交换并通过集中的代币销售来筹集资金。


威海管理局在声明中表示:“随着国家对区块链技术的推广,人们又开始炒作虚拟货币,一些相关的非法操作又死灰复归。”


其他地方政府,包括警察局、央行威海分行和中国银行保险监督管理委员会,都支持了这份声明,并计划对非法的ICOs和密码交换进行检查。


“一些公司在境外设立服务器,在社交媒体上向中国投资者推广产品,”该机构在声明中表示。“他们通常通过在线支付应用程序处理交易,因此,这些资金中的许多资金在海外流动时很难收回。”


根据这份声明,一些密码交易所利用名人代言和流行但复杂的技术概念来吸引投资者,同时通过操纵密码价格和现金提取限制来获利。


该声明称,其他吸引投资的非法操作包括庞氏骗局和承诺用虚假信息实现加密的高价值增值。

 

Weihai, a port city in Shandong province of eastern China, has a stern warning for investors: make sure you are really investing in blockchain innovation and not cryptocurrency masquerading as blockchain.

The Weihai Local Financial Supervision and Administration said Friday investors should be more cautious because illegal crypto issuance and trading are on the rise, according to a statement from the authority. 

Crypto trading and ICOs have been illegal in China since 2017 but blockchain has been encouraged by the Chinese President Xi Jinpin. However, the government claims more companies, most masquerading as blockchain startups, have launched crypto exchanges and raised money through centralized token sales. 

“As the country is promoting blockchain technologies, people start to hype virtual currencies again and some of the related illegal operations have come back to life,” the Weihai authority said in the statement. 

Other local authorities, including the police department and the Weihai branch of the central bank and China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission, have endorsed the statement and plan to carry out an inspection of illegal ICOs and crypto exchanges. 

“Some companies set up servers outside China and promote their products among Chinese investors on social media,” the authority said in the statement. “They usually process transactions via online payment applications, therefore many of these funds are hard to retrieve as they floating abroad.”  

According to the statement, some crypto exchanges use celebrity endorsements and popular yet complex technological concepts to lure investors, while making profits by manipulating crypto prices and cash withdrawal limits. 

Other illegal operations to attract investments include Ponzi schemes and promising high value appreciation in crypto with false information, according to the statement. 

原作者: David Pan 来自: coindesk