Taiwan is a state in East Asia that is mostly located on the island of Taiwan. The official name of the state is the Republic of China, and this country claims to have the right of ruling the whole Chinese territory that was lost by the Republic of China after the Chinese Civil War with communists. Taiwan’s speed of economic growth made it one of the “Four Asian Tigers” — countries with a miraculous speed of economic development. Taiwan is a dynamic, capitalistic and a high-tech, free-market economy. However, Taiwan has some Bitcoin regulations. Taiwan banned Bitcoin ATMs and explained it as a countermeasure against Bitcoin usage as a currency for bank payments. Taiwan has no regulations on Bitcoin exchanges, Bitcoin is accepted at three of the four major convenience store chains. Taiwan also does not restrict mining of any cryptocurrencies nor cryptocurrency trading.
The Taiwan-based startup responsible for CoolWallet plans to use the funding to expand to new markets.
Blockchain Security Company CoolBitX Raised $16.75 Million in Series B
HTC’s Binance Edition Exodus 1 will support the Binance Chain blockchain and Binance’s decentralized counterpart Binance DEX.
HTC Launches Limited Run of Smartphone With Crypto Exchange Binance
The HTC’s new Exodus 1s smartphone launches in Europe, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia and the UAE and can run a full mobile BTC node.
HTC Launches Exodus 1S, First Phone That Can Run a Full BTC Node
Bitcoin.com announced a partnership with Taiwanese telecommunications manufacturer HTC to support Bitcoin Cash on the Exodus 1 smartphone.
HTC Smartphone Adds Built-in Wallet for Bitcoin Cash
Taiwanese blockchain-based digital property rights startup Bitmark raises $3 million in a funding round that saw investment from HTC and Alibaba.
HTC, Alibaba Join $3M Investment in Blockchain Property Rights Startup
A source close to the mining chip manufacturer involved in the deal confirmed an order for 600,000 7nm units.
Bitmain Valuation to Hit $12B With New 600K Chip Order, Source Says
Bitpoint Taiwan, a subsidiary of Bitpoint Japan, claimed $9.4 damages for loss due to overbilling after $32 million hack of parent exchange in July.
Bitpoint Taiwan Sues Parent Exchange for Overbilling After July Hack