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Bitcoin’s core contributors and CEOs from the Bitcoin industry propose a hard-fork, but Xapo and Coinbase CEOs disagree.
In a territory where housing prices are expensive and mortgage practices complex, blockchain can help simplify matters.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority warns banks and financial institutions that the implementation of decentralized blockchain networks may raise money laundering risks.
Bitcoin advocate and investor Roger Ver explains why he took OKEX Fintech to a Hong Kong High Court.
Gemini, a regulated Bitcoin exchange founded by the Winklevoss Twins, is officially expanding its services to Hong Kong and Singapore.
WeLab, a Hong Kong start-up operating the online lending platform WeLend and the mobile lending platform Wolaidai has secured 160M in venture capital.
The Office of the Hon Charles Mok and the Office of the Hon Kenneth Leung joined hands and organized a seminar to discuss the opportunities and regulatory challenges that are surrounding financial innovation startups.
On November 18 ANX International offering a full suite of blockchain solutions to make the use of bitcoin and blockchain easier.
Continuing the largest Bitcoin event series worldwide, Inside Bitcoins is returning to Hong Kong on May 14-15, 2015 with special focus on blockchain tech in Asia.
“DD4BC,” a cybercriminal group that has launched distributed denial of service (DDos) attacks on bitcoin mining companies, exchanges and Hong Kong Banks since mind-2014, have begun to target financial institutions
Kids’ Minecraft Server Includes Bitcoin as In-Game Money; a competitor has finally launched to the popular P2P bitcoin exchange service and more top stories for June 29.
New Daily Digest on Hong Kong Issues Bitcoin Warning, Russia Reconsiders Stance, and BitPesa Raises US$1.1 Million
Hong Kong-based Bitspark has just announced the world’s first end-to-end cash remittance service that’s transferred via Bitcoin using ReBit. The service caters to Hong Kong’s large population of Filipinos who regularly use services like Western Union and Money Gram to send funds back to the Philippines.
Yuan is one of the largest, and strongest, currencies in the world and used by literally billions of people.
Hong Kong’s bustling Bitcoin vibe is making its presence felt further afield with native Bitcoinnect unveiling its first ATM installation in Macau at the weekend.
Hong Kong police are investigating the disappearance of tens of thousands of dollars worth of Bitcoins at the HKCex exchange, which could open the doors for more victims to come forward.
At Inside Bitcoins Hong Kong, CoinTelegraph saw the opportunity to interview several key figures in the Asian Bitcoin movement to get their views of where things may be headed with China and Bitcoin.
The two day Inside Bitcoins Conference and Expo, held at Hong Kong’s SkyCity Marriot Hotel on June 24-25, featured a line-up of over 50 speakers.
What do BitFX, Tesla and Apple have in common? They all entice buyers to try new technologies by offering staff-packed, hands-on, attractive retail stores.
CoinTelegraph has partnered with Coin ATM Radar, which regularly updates a helpful and navigable Bitcoin ATM map, to get the most comprehensive data about new BTMs as they go online.
Secretary of the Financial Services of Hong Kong, Professor KC Chan announces no intention to specifically regulate cryptocurrencies.
Hong Kong-based Bitcoin trading and investment outfit MyCoin.hk has allegedly entered sudden bankruptcy, reportedly losing customers up to HK$3 billion (US$386.9 million) in bitcoins.
Bitspark Limited, a digital currency startup based in Hong Kong, announces a partnership with Indonesian startup PT ArtaBit Indonesia to enable end-to-end remittance services from Hong Kong to Indonesia, targeting the 165,000 overseas Indonesian workers present in the city-state who commonly send funds to their familie...
Pro-democracy protesters, part of the Umbrella revolution, have started accepting Bitcoin donations. Redditors of /r/bitcoin started a search for a QR-code that belonged to the Hong Kong protesters so they could donate Bitcoin but ended up empty handed.
Hong Kong-based Seedcoin, which bills itself as the world’s first seed-stage virtual incubator for Bitcoin startups, got things going earlier this week by launching its Seedcoin Fund.
Inside Bitcoins Hong Kong was a great platform for the bustling Asian Bitcoin startup scene to show its muscle, and CT decided to get a taste of the action.
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