Witnessing the digital breakthrough


China's Central Bank Chief Announces 4 million Transactions in Digital Yuan
06 November 2020   
The Governor of the People's Bank of China Yi Gang believes that the tests of the digital yuan held in several cities demonstrated the validity of the instrument issued by the Central Bank
Ex-PBoC Governor Says Digital Yuan Will Favor Local Markets
05 November 2020   
The digital Yuan will mostly favor the local retail market in order to prevent the dollarisation of the Chinese economy. This is a highly political matter that China has been trying to deal with for decades
New Developments in China's National Blockchain
19 August 2020   
China is edging closer to their goal of being the world's leader in blockchain technologies. The country announced their nationwide Blockchain-based Services Network (BSN) in November 2019 and has made significant strides since then
China’s Digital Yuan (DCEP) to Reportedly Target Dominance of Alibaba and Tencent
07 August 2020   
Currently, Alibaba’s financial subsidiary Alipay and Tencent’s WeChat Pay control the majority of the digital payments across the whole country while banks have been left far behind
Chinese Media Calms Investors Down After Crypto Surge
31 October 2019   
The Chinese media is employing similar tactics as they did when local stock exchanges started to burst with speculation during the late 90s and early 2000s
Taiwan Demands KYC From Crypto Exchanges, ICO Regulation To Appear In June 2019
08 November 2018   
Taiwan’s position towards crypto assets remains obscure, and it’s hard to remain enthusiastic. Today the authorities demand strict compliance to KYC and AML, threatening startups.
Grand Chinese Design: Blockchain Regulation as Move for Crypto Yuan
29 October 2018   
In 2017 the People's Bank of China banned ICO and crypto-exchanges. In 2018 government invested $1.6 bln in fund of blockchain startups. What is the Chinese economy preparing for?
The Unpredictability of Chinese Government Disturbs Hong-Kong Stock Exchange
30 August 2018   
Chinese manufacturers of mining equipment want to enter the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Will they be the first and the last, done it?
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