Three Chinese mining companies are planning massive IPOs despite falling demand for chips and a continued slide in BTC price.
Tencent, the Chinese tech giant, is currently testing a blockchain-based feature on its WeChat messaging app, aimed at speeding up the reimbursement of expenses for company employees.
Tianya, founded in 1999, is famously known as the Reddit of China. It entertains more than 130 million users, with over 250 million monthly hits.
"Blockchain technology is a transformative technology; the government needs to consider how to establish a regulatory framework for distributed ledger technology."
ICOs targeting Chinese investors have received a warning from the governor of the People’s Bank of China. A report has also been released, stipulating strategies to curb the situation.
It has been a war of words between Li Xiaolai and Chen Weixing. The two noted crypto investors have been at it for months and now Li has announced his resignation from the Xiong’An…
Node Capital, a Chinese venture capital firm, has declared that it will open an office in the U.S. in order to provide funding; using 200,000 Ether for local blockchain startups. The…
Apart from Ebang, Canaan Creative, the second-largest Bitcoin mining hardware creator, has also filed an IPO to raise $1 billion - in May 2018.
Chinese multinational technology conglomerate Tencent is collaborating with the Chinese government to confront blockchain-related security problems.
Chinese blockchain stocks have managed to escape the limelight up to now, which also makes them a great undervalued potential growth target for investors.