Tuesday News Roundup

🌟 Top News from Friday to Today

Bitisis, an Iran-based crypto exchange widely reported by the Chinese media, has gone bust.

The majority of Chinese companies don’t plan to cut down on Blockchain spending.

Hong Kong crisis heightens stablecoins’ use for fleeing RMB-denominated assets.

💸Exchange and Investment News

Major cryptocurrency exchange OKEx is integrating Paxful’s Kiosk and trading services into its platform.

Chinese investors secretly buying Bitcoin helped fuel Tether’s $5 Billion surge.

🧳 Business

Takeshi Fujimaki, a former adviser to George Soros, said it was “not a surprise” to hear Paul Tudor Jones’ Bitcoin revelation.

The Bank of Korea has tapped six experts to assess possible legal issues surrounding the launch of a central bank digital currency.

China’s central bank digital currency could be deployed using existing payment rails without citizens noticing the change.

350 Chinese companies surveyed still believe in the higher potential that blockchain technology could offer to their businesses.

Chinese banks are clarifying that they are not shutting down any legal crypto accounts.

To become truly decentralized, blockchain projects should remove the dependency on the centralized cloud providers used as their data storage.

Blockchain gets its claws into Hong Kong’s fintech scene.

China takes battle for cryptocurrency hegemony to a new stage.


China’s government fuels stablecoin economy: Hong Kong protesters, Singapore, and Mainland residents flee capital controls.

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