State of Crypto Projects and Fund Trends

State of Crypto Projects and Fund Trends

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As you may have read in the last few weeks, we are rolling out a new post series for our Premium readers. It will feature recurring updates on the state of Asia Cryptocurrency and Blockchain. We have come up with 4 high-level topics, and every week we will be writing about one of these topics, and rotating through them in the following order.

  • China (with commentary on recent regulatory trends, media sentiment, and touching on exchanges and company developments)
  • Asia Countries ex-China (with commentary on regulations, media sentiments, crypto projects, exchanges, and company developments)
  • Exchanges And Mining  (Binance, Huobi, Upbit, Bitmain, Canaan, etc)
  • Crypto Projects and Funding Trends

Check out our previous pieces on China, Japan, Korea, Singapore, etc. 

This week, we are touching on Crypto Projects and Funding Trends. And as as we wrap up with the year, we wanted to take this opportunity to look back in 2018 and highlight some western projects that have successfully been making way into Asia. Here are the 5 that we believe have been doing some phenomenal work in the region.

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