At the end of September Chinese will shut down bitcoin trading, global prices plummeted, Mibao information synchronization

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At the end of September Chinese will shut down bitcoin trading, global prices plummeted, Mibao information synchronization

At the end of September Chinese will shut down bitcoin trading, global prices plummeted, Mibao information synchronization

1,At the end of September Chinese will shut down bitcoin trading prices plummeted, global synchronization

The evening of September 14th news, bitcoin China announced that it will stop all transactions in September 30th. First financial from multiple sources was informed: bitcoin trading platform at the end of September will be fully shut down. As of September 14th, 19, bitcoin China quotes show that bitcoin fell more than 20% in the day, the price has fallen below 20000 yuan. In addition to bitcoin, other virtual currencies or related investment products also fell sharply, foreign trading platform is also a sharp decline across the board.

2,Ali shares again new high market capitalization topped $450 billion

According to foreign media reports, this year has doubled Alibaba shares, once again hit a new high on Wednesday, the highest intraday reached $179.1, the market value of the first breakthrough of $450 billion mark. Although Amazon's current market value is still higher than the Alibaba, but the rising price of the Alibaba, is narrowing the gap in the market with Amazon, Amazon's market capitalization of $480 billion 200 million, the market value of the gap between the two sides from the earlier this month for $37 billion 300 million, down to $27 billion 500 million.

3,Sogou v. Baidu patent infringement trial, the total amount of claims as high as 260 million

After a lapse of two years, known as "Internet Patent first case" Sogou v. Baidu patent infringement lawsuit, yesterday in Beijing intellectual property court hearing. This "input law" patent litigation tug of war can be described as protracted. Since October 2015, Sogou has filed a patent infringement lawsuit for two consecutive rounds, claiming that Baidu infringed the patent rights enjoyed by it. The case involved a total of 17 related patents, and the total amount of the claim amounted to $260 million.