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Back in the beginning of November 2018, Elon Musk announced that all production of Tesla battery modules and packs would be sourced for the new Mega Factory in Shanghai. Tesla is however, now looking for a new battery supplier…
A very interesting and creative approach is being undertaken by Chinese citizens in order to move capital out of China. Wealthy clients are using the
The People’s Bank of China is taking drastic measures to counter the economic decline. A financial injection worth $83 billion has been shot into the market
The many recent attempts by projects to raise money with a Security Token Offering (STO) triggered China to remind projects about the legal implications of Security Token Offerings. Huo Xuewen, the chief of Beijning’s Municipal Bureau of Finance…
Contrary to previous notions held by many, a court in Shenzen has ruled that Bitcoin transactions can go on – seemingly – which means that we can expect to see Bitcoin transactions take an upward graph plotting and a reflection in prices in the coming weeks.
It looks like the anonymity that Blockchain provides will no longer be a privilege enjoyed by many Chinese after a proposed legislation by Cyberspace Administration. The new regulations that were proposed and for public consultation till November 2 which will require that companies that operate with blockchain technology to provide the real names of the clients they offer services to.
Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) had a great 2017, but 2018 is starting to look rough. China’s Central bank has issued a public statement reminding investors..
China has been in the news quite a lot over the year for their strict crypto-regulating policies, althought not only for that. If you’re new to crypto, the thing you probably heard the most about in China is its Social Credit System. Ran by numerous companies as well as governmental regulating bodies, this rather concrete framework […]
Blockchain ratings from China are always a pleasure to see. Sure, they put a little too much hype on EOS, but no one can really blame them
Chinese fapiaos were designed in the 1980’s. Despite the harsh Chinese laws, the system is still heavily exploited in modern times