Sources familiar with the matter told the agency, "Bloomberg" not named on Monday, that the Chinese government plans to close the national outlets and platforms internal and external, which enables the central circulation of the currency.
The authorities will target individuals and companies that offer clearing and clearing services to central circulation of the currency.
This is not the first time that the Chinese government has criticized e-currency transactions. In September, it revealed that general currency proposals aimed at raising funds through the sale of electronic currencies to investors were "illegal".
The performance of most electronic currencies declined during that period, with the threats of the time of repeated trading in a number of countries in the world.
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