After last month’s regulatory measures against the crypto space, trading is rapidly drying up in China. Once the largest market for digital currency trading, the policing of the industry is forcing activity elsewhere. With mainland exchanges shutting down, one company, TideBit, is particularly enjoying the migration. They report an influx of new registrations from China-proper. […]
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South China Morning PostHong Kong’s TideBit drawing Chinese bitcoin investors frozen out in Beijing’s crackdownSouth China Morning PostHong Kong-based tech company TideBit is looking to expand its bitcoin trading operations, seeing growing demand from Chinese investors frozen out by Beijing’s crackdown on the virtual currency. Once the world’s largest market for virtual currency …and more »
Hong Kong is gripped by cryptomania as the cryptocurrency world flees Chinese regulations, Bloomberg reports.
CNBCMajor Chinese bitcoin conference flees to Hong Kong as government cracks down on cryptocurrenciesCNBCA major bitcoin conference has suddenly jumped from China’s capital to Hong Kong — which has greater freedoms than Beijing — in the face of a Chinese government crackdown on cryptocurrencies. The Blockchain Global Summit hosted by BitKan, …Japan Becomes Largest Bitcoin Market […]
China’s crackdown on Bitcoin and cryptocurrency-related businesses will drive growth to Hong Kong.
P2P Bitcoin Trading Slows in China, Booms in Hong Kong and South AmericaBitcoin News (press release)In recent weeks, Chinese P2P bitcoin trading has seen a significant reduction in trading volume. Transversely, Hong Kong and many South American nations…
The Hong Kong securities regulator, the SFC, has announced that tokens issued via initial coin offerings may be classified as securities.
Hong Kong is one of those regions which remains pretty quiet on the cryptocurrency front. Although there is some interest in Bitcoin, no radical decisions are made by the government so far. It seems local officials are somewhat content to ignore this trend for the time being. Instead, they are looking forward to embracing blockchain […]
The Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX) is planning to launch a blockchain-powered private market aimed at helping smaller firms obtain financing. The post Hong Kong Stock Exchange to Launch Blockchain-Powered Market in 2018 appeared first on CoinDesk. S…
Experts in the mainstream media are starting to see a growth in the number of investors and investment firms that have become comfortable with bitcoin and Ethereum, despite…
Veteran Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Btcbox has announced that it will be establishing a subsidiary to target the Hong Kong bitcoin markets. The subsidiary, MBK Asia Limited, will operate in partnership with Japanese investment bank, MBK CO. Ltd. Also Read: Rollout of 260,000+ Bitcoin-Accepting Stores in Japan Begins Btcbox Has Been Operating Since 2014, Making It One of […]
Japanese bitcoin exchange Bitpoint has been actively expanding into the Greater China region. After launching operations in mainland China and Hong Kong, on Friday the company announced its launch in Taiwan through a partnership with a “major commercial bank”. Also read: Bitpoint Adds Bitcoin and Ether Payments to Platform with Unionpay, Wechat Pay and Alipay Expansion into […]
Over the past year and a half, we have been multiple “agreements” to make Bitcoin scale. Two of the agreements that stood out are the Hong Kong agreement, and the one recently formed in New York. Both of these proposals highlight some interesting aspects of making Bitcoin scale. It also goes to show how some […]
A new fintech agreement in the Asia-Pacific region could ease collaborative burdens for blockchain and distributed ledger startups. Source
CoinTelegraphBitcoin Changed From Risky to Safe Investment: Hong Kong Exchange ExecutiveCoinTelegraphOver the past year, six countries including Malta, Japan, Australia, China, the Philippines and South Korea have addressed the regulatory issues surrou…