Bitcoin going down and Bitcoin 2.0 is going up

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Bitcoin going down and Bitcoin 2.0 is going up

By CNBS NEWS

  • Bitcoin fell as low as $31,760 Monday morning, dropping below $32,000 for the first time since June 8.
  • China’s crackdown on cryptocurrency mining has extended to the southwestern province of Sichuan, according to reports.
  • The People’s Bank of China said Monday it had urged Alipay and some major banks to crack down on crypto trading.

Bitcoin sank to a two-week low Monday on reports that China has intensified its crackdown on cryptocurrency mining.

The world’s largest digital currency fell as low as $31,760 Monday morning, dropping below $32,000 for the first time since June 8, according to data from Coin Metrics. It was trading at $32,472 at 4:00 p.m. ET, down 8% on the day. Smaller rivals like ether and XRP also fell 12%.

Many bitcoin mines in Sichuan were shuttered Sunday after authorities in the southwestern Chinese province ordered a halt to crypto mining, according to a report from the Communist Party-backed newspaper Global Times. More than 90% of China’s bitcoin mining capacity is estimated to be shut down, the paper said.

Bloomberg and Reuters also reported on the move from Sichuan authorities. It follows similar developments in China’s Inner Mongolia and Yunnan regions, as well as calls from Beijing to stamp out crypto mining amid worries over its massive energy consumption.

Separately, the People’s Bank of China said Monday it had urged Alipay, the payments service run by Alibaba affiliate Ant Group, and some major banks to crack down on crypto trading. China has already banned financial institutions from providing crypto-related services.

“China often does this,” Charles Hayter, CEO of crypto data firm CryptoCompare, told CNBC via email.

“When China sneezes, bitcoin catches a cold. But this flexing of regulatory muscle is often just that — in the past eight years, this story has risen its head at least three times.”

China’s crackdown appears to have led to a significant decline in bitcoin’s hash rate — or processing power — which has fallen sharply in the last month, according to data from Blockchain.com. An estimated 65% of global bitcoin mining is done in China.

Bitcoin’s network is decentralized, meaning it doesn’t have any central party or middleman to approve transactions or generate new coins. Instead, the blockchain is maintained by so-called miners who race to solve complex math puzzles using purpose-built computers to validate transactions. Whoever wins that race is rewarded with bitcoin.

This power-intensive process has led to growing concerns over the potential environmental harm of bitcoin, with everyone from Tesla CEO Elon Musk to U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen raising the alarm. China, where most bitcoin mining is concentrated, relies heavily on coal power. Last month, a coal mine in the Xinjiang region flooded and shut down, taking nearly a quarter of bitcoin’s hash rate offline.

However, miners in China often migrate to places like Sichuan, which are rich in hydropower, in the rainy season. And some industry efforts have been launched — including the Bitcoin Mining Council and the Crypto Climate Accord — in an effort to reduce cryptocurrencies’ carbon footprint.

Despite Bitcoin dropping, Bitcoin 2.0 a newly listed low hype crypto, backed by early-stage Bitcoin investors has doubled to $0.40 cents since listing recently.

More crypto enthusiasts are becoming concerned Bitcoin could be, or become, infiltrated by the deep state and are turning to its back up in Bitcoin 2.0

As concerns rise about the potential CIA and “Deep State” infiltration of Bitcoin, more are realising why many early-stage bitcoin investors backed Bitcoin 2.0, 5 years ago as a hedge and back up in case Bitcoin is infiltrated.

As the pictures below highlight from a Bitcoin ATM company, the all-seeing eye image, which is commonly associated with the “Illuminati or the deep state”.

Even if it isn’t, it is not a smart marketing move to use such symbolism, especially when Bitcoin supporters are mostly anti elite and anti new world order and anti central bankers.

According to Bitcoin 2.0 website, it is:

“Bitcoin 2.0 is a faster and updated payment system that is also created to help defeat mainstream media by supporting independent alternative and conservative news sites to expose the truth about the criminal cabal that’s using mainstream media to deceive and mislead the public. Bitcoin started the revolution to expose the greedy central bankers after the GFC and now Bitcoin 2.0 will finish it by ensuring the masses get access to the truth by supporting the growth of much-needed independent media to destroy the stranglehold mainstream media has had over the world.”

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