Top Asia Crypto News Roundup from Nov 22- Nov 24

Top Asia Crypto News Roundup from Nov 22- Nov 24

Top News in Asia from Wednesday through Saturday

Temasek Holdings, Singapore’s state investment firm, is setting up new groups to explore opportunities in artificial intelligence and blockchain technologies.; the firm has also invested in enterprise blockchain software firm and global banking consortium R3.

TRON co-founder and CEO Justin Sun has announced that basketball player Kobe Bryant will be speaking at TRON’s blockchain summit in San Francisco next year:

*Exclusively Chinese* NEO Global Capital Partner Wayne Zhu reveals on social media account that since NGC fund’s founding since a year ago, its returns vs. Bitcoin has been 603%, while returns excluding Ontology would be 222%. The current fund size is worth around $72.31mn.Google translated

Deals and Funds

Singapore-based blockchain startup Propine Capital on Friday announced that it has raised $1.6 million in a seed funding round led by Decacorn Capital.

Coin and Token News

South Korean branch of the Tezos Foundation has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Yonsei University to collaboratively work on the development of blockchain talents.

Huobi wallet enables TRON support to encourage portfolio diversification:

Exchange News

Exchange KuCoin is delisting 6 tokens from the trading platform:

Cryptocurrency exchange Binance looking to adopt an automated Know Your Customer application provided by financial software firm Refinitiv:

Tech Bureau, the company that formerly operated hacked Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Zaif, has completed its handover to buyer Fisco Cryptocurrency Exchange:

Regulation News

Indian police file charges against masterminds of $60 million multi-level marketing bitcoin scam:

Business News

The South Korean government will use blockchain technology for tracing beef and providing consumers with information from the food supply chain:

India: ‘Big Four’ auditor EY to hire 2k employees to develop in blockchain:

SWIFT India, the main network through which banks send money overseas, has partnered with fintech firm MonetaGo to pilot a distributed ledger network designed to improve the efficiency and security of financial products:

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