Jihan Wu’s Matrixport to Stop Servicing Chinese Users in 4 Days

Jihan Wu’s Matrixport to Stop Servicing Chinese Users in 4 Days

Chinese journalist and blogger Colin Wu, who covers the topic of blockchain and crypto, has announced that Matrixport, the exchange founded by the Bitmain co-founder Jihan Wu, plans to withdraw from the Chinese market.

The tweet says that the company will stop providing services to mainland China users in just four days – on October 15.

Matrixport, founded by Jihan Wu, announced that it will stop providing services to users in mainland China on October 15.— Wu Blockchain (@WuBlockchain) October 11, 2021

Matrixport offers earning interest on crypto, taking crypto loans, buying digital assets, and other similar services.

Following the new crypto ban announced in China in late September, when commercial crypto transactions have been announced illegal, as well as crypto mining, more than 20 crypto-related business entities have announced that they will stop working in mainland China. Among them are Binance and Huobi exchanges – the largest ones in the region.

Over the weekend, major crypto miner producer Bitmain also announced that it is going to stop selling mining machines to Chinese customers. Jihan Wu is no longer the head of Bitmain.

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