Asia is the largest part of the world by both population and territory, and consists of 54 countries. Over 60% of the world’s population lives there. Together with Europe, Eurasia comprises the largest continent across the globe. Over recent decades, the region has become very attractive in almost every way. It has a huge number of industries in all sectors, a cheap labor force, etc., which makes local companies very attractive for investors and in turn, also helps to benefit the Asian economy. As many countries are developing or are already developed in Asia, the stock markets of this region are currently operating as fast as the American stock markets. Besides that, people receive a high-leveled education that is also available for foreigners through special programs like the Asia Society and so on.
North America-based institutional investors tend to buy and hold cryptocurrency more than those based in East Asia, according to Chainalysis.
North American Investors Vastly Favor Bitcoin Over Other Cryptocurrencies
“Romantic Hacker” will feature a K-pop star whose story is based on the hack of a fictitious crypto exchange.
South Korea Will Air a Crypto-Themed TV Series in October
China’s Supreme Court has called to strengthen property laws pertaining to digital currency, network virtual property and data.
Chinese Supreme Court Favors Strengthening Cryptocurrency Property Rights
Day three and four of the Unitize virtual conference saw speakers focusing on the challenges of, and opportunities for, greater blockchain adoption.
Unitize Conference Covers Ground, Mulls Blockchain Adoption and DeFi
Blockchain experts discuss how institutions will play a major role in the mass adoption of blockchain-based financial infrastructure.
Institutions Will Drive Mass Adoption of Blockchain in Finance, Says Expert
Blockchain firm QuarkChain announced a partnership with the ecological department of Northeastern Chinese province Shanxi.
Chinese Province to Use QuarkChain for Construction Resource Management
Microsoft research shows crypto-related attacks grew in Indonesia during from 2018 to 2019.
Study Shows Indonesia Was Hit Hard By Crypto-Centric Attacks