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How to target Chinese bitcoins/cryptocurriencies?
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How to target Chinese bitcoins/cryptocurriencies?

How to target Chinese bitcoins? First of all, what is Bitcoin? Bitcoin is a digital currency created in January 2009 as a consequence of the housing market crash. It was created by one or more hackers under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. Unlike other currencies, Bitcoin does not have a central bank behind it that distributes new money…

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Chinese investment in the future

Introduction: Chinese investors are likely to increase their investments in fixed income products over the next five years, while the equity allocation will remain relatively low, according to John Ott, a Shanghai-based partner at Bain. Now, the country’s wealthy investors prefer private funds to equities, according to fund managers.     1.  China’s stock market down…

New interest by Chinese companies for foreign startups
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New interest by Chinese companies for foreign startups

It has always been difficult for foreign startups to obtain Chinese venture capital funds, but now Chinese companies are starting to turn to foreign-born startups. As China moves towards technological progress, the paradox in its quest for innovation becomes obvious: innovation planning is one thing, but its creation is an elusive and often abstract goal….

Top Agency for Raise Funding in China
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Top Agency for Raise Funding in China

Cost-efficient Solution to raise funds in China. We help Western startups to pitch Chinese VC, PE and Business angels, and private investors in China.  China is entering a golden age for start-up funding. Chinese start-up’s funding is set to break records in 2018, according to TechCrunch. Chinese technology startups raised $ 43.4 billion in the…

The situation of cryptocurrencies in China
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The situation of cryptocurrencies in China

Until last September, China was the largest virtual currency market in the world, accounting for 90 percent of global transactions. However, the Beijing’s government decided to ban fundraising through ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) and cryptocurrency exchanges. At this time, Jeff Chen was working at a small digital currency exchange in Shanghai. He said that investors…