Chinese exchange OKCoin is down after its markets began placing the price per Bitcoin at over $15,000.
Reports on social media confirmed unusual behavior at OKCoin, which posted significantly higher Bitcoin prices before disappearing offline.
At last check before the outage, a single coin was retailing for $15,151, compared to the average $6980 across other major exchanges.
Okcoin ???? #BTC #bitcoin pic.twitter.com/kfkehquUtR
— Alistrago ? (@alistrago_crypt) November 15, 2017
Did someone just buy BTC for $ 10 million on OKCOIN!?? or are their books broken? #bitcoin $BTC #okcoin #cryptocurrency #ATH pic.twitter.com/VtZm04LHhY
— CRYPTO_AFRICA (@CRYPTO_AFRICA) November 15, 2017
Wednesday is seeing erratic readings even from Cointelegraph’s own price ticker, which briefly posted Bitcoin prices of over $50,000…
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