China’s financial and internet authorities have removed several crypto exchange websites and apps, including leading platform OKX, formerly known as OKEx. The removal of crypto-related entities also includes cryptocurrency-focused media sites and accounts, Beijing’s Chaoyang district court said in a statement on Saturday. Authorities took action earlier this year after the court found in a Bitcoin contract dispute case that mainland Chinese citizens could trade more than a hundred cryptocurrencies on OKX without the help of VPN services. Binance, Huobi, and OKX announced last year that they would block users from mainland China by the end of 2021 after regulators introduced a total ban on crypto transactions and mining in the country last September, yet Chinese media outlet Caixin reported on Wednesday that these Chinese-founded, overseas-based crypto exchanges were still making the majority of their money from Chinese citizens. [Caixin, in Chinese]