VeChain still popular in China, crypto media shutdown and OKEx goes global By Cointelegraph

Shanghai Man: VeChain still popular in China, crypto media shutdown and OKEx goes global

This weekly roundup of news from Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong attempts to curate the industrys most important news, including influential projects, changes in the regulatory landscape, and enterprise blockchain integrations.

Its been over half a year since the crackdowns began in China and pressure from the top-down government is still being enforced. Most projects operating from within China are finding ways to skirt regulations by focusing on the technological aspect, but few are in a very enviable position. Among other issues, finding talented individuals to hire will certainly become more difficult as conservative-minded local citizens will have concerns about safety and the sustainability of the industry.

At home with new policies

Turning a new leaf

OK Group Founder Star Xu is now setting up shop in Silicon Valley

Continued crackdown on media and mining

For industry participants, stability is hard to come by

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