Today’s Top Crypto News in Asia- July 18th

Today’s Top Crypto News in Asia- July 18th

What Crypto insiders are reading on Asia.


Top News

Sequoia Capital China leads $28M private placement financing In Public Chain Nervos Network, along with Polychain Capital, 1kx, Blockchain Capital, Multicoin, and Matrix Partners China, Ceyuan Ventures, imToken.

Binance CEO releases Companys’ end-of-quarter summary: “Overall market dropping doesn’t make sense”.

Coin and Exchange News

A simple model showcasing that fair value of $BNB is $23 post burn.

Bitmain fills last vacancy in 20,000 sq feet downtown San Jose office.

Ontology partners with CertiK to build more secure smart contracts.

*China Media* LinkVC nnounces investment in the Taxa Network. Google translated

Mithril launched Global MITHRIL Forge Fund 1 to invest in organizations that enrich and accelerate the growth of Mithril and its Ecosystem. Sectors considered include social, entertainment, and payments.

Business and Regulation News

Chinese cybersecurity leader Qihoo 360 has added a blockchain firewall in bid to fight blockchain-related security issues, such as preventing digital currency wallet from being attacked.

China Internet Finance Association head and former president of Bank of China says that distributed Internet Finance poses a great threat to the regulator.

Why India can become the Global Center for Blockchain innovation.

Check our past 5 weekly pieces on Takeaways on Asia Crypto from Techcrunch Zug, Cryptokitties, Binance, Bitmain, and China’s Crypto winners

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