On July 21, Chinese automaker NIO issued a statement asserting that seemingly official reports that the firm will issue a digital currency are false.
A Weibo blogger revealed an internal note issued by Chinese EV maker NIO showing that an administrator of a cluster server surnamed Zhang had used the company's servers to illegally mine the digital currency Ethereum.
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.
QuantInfo Technology, a Shanghai-based company that provides quantitative trading technology and services, announced that it has completed a B round of financing worth over 100 million yuan ($15.7 million).
China's digital yuan is set to undergo a closely watched pilot run at this year's Winter Olympics.
The "e-CNY (Pilot) App" has now been launched on major web application stores.
From Inner Mongolia to Xinjiang and Yunnan, Chinese domestic Bitcoin miners have been expelled by ever tightening financial and environmental policies. Now that Sichuan is no more a haven, where to go?
Chinese cryptocurrency miners Huobi Mall and BTC.TOP announced on Sunday that they have suspended their operations on mainland China after the country escalated its crackdown on bitcoin mining and trading activities, contributing to a slump in the cryptocurrency markets.
Ant Group and the Digital Currency Research Institute at the People's Bank of China (PBC) signed a strategic cooperation agreement last year to jointly promote the construction of a digital RMB technology platform.
An official at the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), China’s top monetary authority, has called for more robust international management of state-backed digital currencies.
On Jan. 20, the third round of digital currency pilot testing, part of larger scheme to introduce the E-Yuan in mainland China, was launched in Shenzhen.
Futian District in the city of Shenzhen issued 20 million digital yuan to eligible local citizens in 100,000 red envelopes, each with a value of 200 yuan, marking the second time the city of Shenzhen participated in an official e-yuan pilot in the form of red envelopes.
GAC NIO on Dec. 31 posted on its official Weibo account that it became the first auto company in China to accept Bitcoin as payment for vehicle purchases.
The digital currency trial in the city of Suzhou came to an end on Dec. 27 at midnight, Beijing local time, which lasted for two weeks starting from Dec. 11.
Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com will become the first online platform to accept China’s digital currency, according to announcement issued by the company’s fintech subsidiary JD Digits on Dec. 5.