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China Issues a Strict Warning Regarding Crypto Frauds

The government of China has issued a fraud warning concerning cryptocurrencies. The Communist Party of China has issued a strict warning regarding telecommunication groups and network fraud perpetrators.

CCP officials maintain that they intend to take strict action against criminal groups in this regard. The officials have revealed that threat actors are using AI, virtual currencies, metaverse, blockchain, and other technologies to harm the masses.

The Chinese government claimed that it is working in tandem with other nations to identify, intercept, and fraud centers. At the same time, the state maintained that it is working on rescuing the trapped victims who are dealing with these issues. Central Political and Legal Committee of China arranged a meeting to discuss the matter a few days ago.

The agenda of the meeting dealt with sticking to the systematic management ordained by the law. The nation intends to deal with network and telecommunication fraud under legal guidelines.


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The government of China has ordained that criminal masses are luring in innocent victims by offering them high-paying jobs. At the same time, the authorities are creating cooperative mechanisms to overcome telecommunications fraud. To this effect, law enforcement authorities intend to implement long-term deterrence for criminals found in violation.

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At the same time, the nation has maintained that it is working on maintaining cooperative and friendly relationships with the nations. At the same time, the nation has shared its plan to cooperate on regulatory oversight of new technologies such as blockchain, Web3, and cryptocurrencies in addition to A.I.

China intends to introduce policies to regulate the latest tech innovations in terms of controlling the spread of fraudulent forces that are exploiting them for nefarious purposes.

Crypto analyst Adam Cochran has shared some volatile revelations concerning the Huobi exchange. In this latest report, he has claimed that the total USDT and USDC holdings of the exchange as per Merkle Tree audit are $90 million.

However, in their public declarations, Huobi has maintained that it owns $631 million in USDT. Cochran has shared that only half of ETH tokens in customer funds namely 141,000 are present in Huobi accounts.

The remainder of the ETH reserve has been turned to stETH. The analyst has shared the possibility that Binance Exchange could sell its Tether reserves to counter increasing selling pressure from Huobi.

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He has maintained that USDT sell-off could be a risk mitigation strategy for Binance citing the ongoing investigation of Justin Sun and employees by Chinese authorities. These developments have sparked rumors in the market regarding the possible insolvency of the Huobi exchange.

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Hassan Mehmood (Saudi Arabia)

Hassan is currently working as a news reporter for Tokenhell. He is a professional content writer with 2 years of experience. He has a degree in journalism.

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