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52% of 4500 respondents to a survey by Barry Silbert believe Alibaba would beat Amazon and Google to embrace Bitcoin.
New Zealand has hosted the launch of a Bitcoin exchange, the first since one of its oldest shut down due to banking problems.
Similar to some regulators like the state of New York, Hawaii has decided to take a difficult and reckless approach in regulating bitcoin users and startups.
Alibaba wants the world trade to be conducted differently.
Alipay, the US$60 billion financial application developed by Alibaba subsidiary Ant Financial, is planning to implement blockchain technology for the long-term benefit of its consumers.
Jack Ma, founder of the US$239 billion e-commerce conglomerate Alibaba, was appointed by the Malaysian government to mentor its transition to digital economy.
Chinese consumers are rapidly moving towards non-bank and cashless alternatives, such as Alibaba’s $60 bln financial application Alipay.
Alibaba's introduction of tamper-proof Blockchain technology to improve accountability in the Chinese charity industry will boost the trend, particularly among other organizations.
Alibaba announced a possibility to use Blockchain in its new cloud service platform at the Yunqi Assembly Shanghai summit.
American Express rolls out a new online checkout service, FinTech is the reason for record hikes in venture capital flooding into the London startup scene, and more FinTech news
Alibaba and Chinese banks do battle over online lending, Credit Karma secures new funding to expand its service as it looks to become the default for consumers’ complete financial identity, and more news
In light of Alibaba’s success story, the chief administrative authority of the People’s Republic of China, the State Council, is looking to boost entrepreneurship and attract venture capital funds to lift Chinese startups.
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