Tuesday News Roundup

🌟 Top News from Friday to Today

Why a DeFi surge in China?

Is the stimulus check pouring into the crypto market in Japan?


Hong Kong-based cryptocurrency platform unveils its new anti-phishing email feature to help protect exchange users against phishing attempts.

Account-holders at crypto exchange Huobi have the opportunity to vote this month on which of six new tokens they would like to see listed.

Korean exchanges struggle with expansion amid uncertain regulations.


Chengdu, the world’s bitcoin mining capital, is about to host a brand new mega-mining conference – the HashCon 2020 & New Infrastructure Mining Summit in the upcoming August.

Hashrate index launches Alpha for new mining data site.

New survey: China controls 50% of Bitcoin Mining while US hits 14%.


In a global economic recession, individuals and institutions have been turning away from traditional assets and seeking opportunities in cryptocurrency.

Huobi, one of the major crypto exchanges in China disclosed the latest business data in a report jointly revealed by investment institutions IOSG and Huobi. At present, more than 50% of the transaction volume of the platform comes from institutional clients.

Altcoins thrives while major coins keeps silent, where will the crypto market go?

🧳 Business

As the development of the digital yuan project progresses, the number of China’s largest companies testing the national cryptocurrency is rapidly growing.

Bank of Japan has new CBDC research team but no plans to launch.

Diginex strengthens partnership with Itiviti and leverages Tbricks Automation Platform for institutional cryptocurrency clients.


Binance is said to be “operating a recognized market” without authorization from the Malaysian regulator.

Beijing releases blueprint for Blockchain-based programmable govt.

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