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.
Israeli blockchain technology firm StarkWare Industries announced on Wednesday that it has raised $100 million in a Series D funding round, giving it an $8 billion valuation.
Vision China Group (VCG), a Beijing-based photo and media agency, announced on Wednesday that its overseas digital visual arts platform, "Vault by 500px," had been launched for testing.
The day after CyberConnect closed Series A funding, Pandaily interviewed its co-founder, Shiyu Zhang, to gain insight into his observations and expectations of Web3 social graph protocol and Web3 in general.
Geely's Digital Technology Unit officially joined the TBI Digital Collection Project Team, aiming to promote the healthy development of the digital collection industry.
WeBank, a private Chinese neobank, has announced the launch of a new brand called "WeBank Blockchain."
Euterpe has become a hot program since it received a new round of funding from the HKICEx. I take a deeper look at the company to see what's driving this surge of excitement.
Three Chinese state associations issued a joint initiative on Wednesday for curbing the financialization and securitization of NFTs, and for preventing the risk of illegal financial activities.
It has been a consensus that the creator economy will be reformed and revolutionized during the era of Web3. Most creator-economy-related projects are now focusing on production.
New York-based blockchain security company CertiK announced on Friday that it has completed a B3 round of financing worth $88 million, led by Insight Partners, Tiger Global and Advent International.
This week: Chinese tech giants tighten platform rules on digital collectibles as regulation remains uncertain, China strengthens control of capital outflow following US Fed's interest rate hike, and more.
AI startup Points Technology announced that it had obtained two consecutive rounds of financing from Chinese AI firm 4Paradigm and VC company Shenzhen Capital Group.
As the art industry confronts a new digital age, a show by Austin Lee in Beijing considers the relationship between art, technology and the human experience.
This week: Huobi plans for return to the U.S. months after shuttering its China business, China's Supreme Court adds digital currency to list of illegal fundraising methods, and more.
A WeChat mini program named "TheOne.art NFT" was banned by Tencent on February 21 because the digital collection service it provided belongs to a service category that has not yet been authorized.