Potential for ‘nuclear fallout’ from US investigation prompted Binance to start a new entity in the country in 2019, according to private chats seen by The Wall Street Journal.
IMF calls for cryptocurrency regulation to ensure financial stability
This post was originally published on this site The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently called for more regulation of cryptocurrencies, arguing that their rapid growth and potential impact on the global financial system make it imperative for governments to take action. While some may view this as an overreach of government authority, I believe that […]
British chip giant Arm aims to raise US$8 billion in US IPO as SoftBank seeks listing after Nvidia deal collapsed
Arm is expected to submit paperwork in late April for its IPO, which is expected to be underwritten by Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Barclays and Mizuho Financial.
The thrills of online shopping: Exploring Vietnam’s e-commerce haven
This post was originally published on this site A portion of Vietnam’s young people is being impacted by the nation’s burgeoning e-commerce industry in terms of lifestyle and purchasing patterns. Social networking, quick videos, and live broadcasts are powerful influences on a large number of young people who shop online. They enjoy experimenting with new […]
Tech War: China’s young chip-making talent jostles for work in a tight semiconductor job market amid economic slowdown
Recent graduates are optimistic about the chip industry owing to government support and high salaries, but financial difficulties and US sanctions have hurt the job market.
In today’s unpredictable market, is customer retention possible?
This post was originally published on this site Research has shown that it costs 5 to 25 times more for businesses to acquire new customers than to retain existing ones. Consequently, in today’s turbulent business landscape, it is essential for businesses to strategise ways to nurture customer relationships and retain the right customers if they […]
Don’t let regulators’ fear of cryptocurrency choke off fintech’s potential
Highly visible crashes such as those by FTX, Terra and Luna and Celsius have worried regulators and led to efforts to increase oversight of digital currencies. But getting ahead of the Web3 game takes resisting the urge to clamp down on as yet unknown tech.
TikTok is a potential target in US bill to ban some foreign tech: senator
Senator Mark Warner, chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said TikTok would be ‘one of the potentials’ for review under the bill.
China’s ‘two sessions’ 2023: ChatGPT-like artificial intelligence is ‘difficult to achieve’, China’s tech minister says
Science and Technology Minister Wang Zhigang raised ethical concerns and said the country must ‘wait and see’ when it comes to developing generative AI products.
At Unisoc’s Shanghai showroom, China’s chip ambitions remain strong in the mature technology arena
Analyst says Unisoc remains relatively unscathed by US sanctions to date due to its focus on less advanced chips, such as 5G and IoT chips.
Meta cuts the price of its Quest virtual reality headsets after disappointing demand
Meta Platforms cut the price of some of its Quest virtual reality headsets, including its high-end mixed reality device, in part because demand has been weaker than anticipated.
US approved 192 licences for exports to blacklisted Chinese firms early 2022
The Biden administration approved licences worth over US$23 billion to ship US goods and technology to Chinese companies on a US trade blacklist in the first quarter of last year.