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正如中国金融新闻媒体Lanjiner首先观察到的那样,受到Node Capital支持的Jinse和由几个令牌基金支持的Deepchain网站。



“由于用户的投诉和平台检查后,该帐户被发现违反了”即时通讯工具公共信息服务开发和管理暂行规定“,所有内容均被禁止。该帐户已被禁止使用。 “

Blockchain and cryptocurrency media accounts in China have been banned on WeChat, the messenger app owned by Tencent.

As first observed by Lanjiner, a China-based finance news outlet, among those affected are Jinse, which is backed by Node Capital, and Deepchain, a site supported by several token funds.

At press time, on Jinse's official Wechat account, none of its previous articles are shown. Instead, a text is posted indicating that the account has been banned.

That message explains:

"Due to users' complaints and after the platform's examinations, the account is found to violate 'Temporary Regulations on the Development and Management of Public Information Services for Instant Messaging Tools' and all contents have been banned. The account has been prohibited for use."

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