On April 10th, Topnod, the digital collectibles issuance platform under Ant Group, launched the first variable digital collectible "NBA Playoffs Court Blind Box".
With more than 200 million monthly active users, Xiaohongshu, a Chinese lifestyle-based social media platform, has integrated Conflux Network as a permissionless blockchain within the app.
Why does blockchain matter? People might have different answers to this question. To Kevin de Patoul, the co-founder of Keyrock, a digital-asset market maker, blockchain enables the market to provide liquidity on a broader scale of asset types.
Various blockchain projects with unclear entanglements in virtual currency reportedly served as the revenue pillars for Amazon Cloud Services (AWS) in China. Amazon China was using a well-designed system to hide these projects under the guise of AWS.
Project Galaxy announced on September 6 that it will be changing its name and logo to Galxe. Right before the announcement, Pandaily interviewed its co-founder, Harry Zhang. Zhang went through his own Web3 journey and introduced his ambitious vision for the future.
Animoca Brands, a leader in digital entertainment, blockchain, and gamification, announced on September 8 that it has closed a strategic investment round totaling $110 million.
Blockchain-focused incubator, investor and adviser PANONY has closed a Series A funding round backed by NGC Ventures, one of Asia's largest crypto investment firms, boosting it to a valuation of $100 million.
Ant Group Blockchain Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. issued an official change on August 3 to its registration with China's Industrial and Commercial Administration, switching its legal representative from Ni Xingjun to Zou Liang.
ZB.com, a digital asset exchange that claims to be the world's most secure, has suddenly issued a notice saying that due to a technical failure it has stopped charging and withdrawal services, without mentioning any resumption time.
A Beijing subsidiary of Xiaomi announced on July 15 that a patent entitled "Image Parameter Generation Method, Device and Storage Medium of Reproductive Virtual Characters" has been authorized.
Rivtower Technology, a blockchain infrastructure development and service enterprise, announced on July 15 that it had completed a Pre-B round of financing worth several millions of yuan, led by Security Capital.
BlockSec, which focuses on blockchain architecture security, has recently completed an angel+ round of financing worth nearly 50 million yuan ($7.46 million).
According to a report released by IDC on July 5, China's blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) market reached $188 million in 2021, improving further from a strong 2020, with a growth rate of 92.6%.
After the DeFi Summer, the introduction of DeFi attributes and the inspiration of token economic mechanisms made GameFi – represented by Axie – usher in a large-scale outbreak. Play to Earn (P2E) has also become the key to all blockchain games.
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With the China Cultural Industry Association taking the lead, nearly 30 Chinese enterprises and institutions have jointly launched the Initiative for Self-Regulation Development of the Digital Collection Industry on Thursday.
Binance Pool, the cryptocurrency mining platform of Binance, on Wednesday announced a new partnership with UltimusPool, a full-featured mining pool solution designed to provide easy-to-use, reliable, and compliant services for global cryptocurrency miners.
Utopia Labs, a payroll and expense management system built to integrate directly with multisig crypto wallets, announced on May 29 that it had closed a $23 million Series A funding round led by Paradigm.
As the Solana NFT market heats up with the rise of Okay Bears, ETH-based OpenSea seeks to retain its dominant position and is on track to become a marketplace for all.
On Tuesday, the Cyberspace Administration of China released the names and record numbers of the eighth batch of registered domestic blockchain information service providers, including 106 new entities.