China’s regulators have been focusing already on cryptocurrency, the mining operation. Fintech expert Winston Wenyan Ma warns we can get more regulations from China’s government, especially on trading, he tells in The Street. The Street: Last month, the State Council’s Financial Stability and Development Committee said China would crack down on bitcoin
Fintech expert Winston Wenyan Ma joins a panel at the BSN base and explains how China’s economy moved from import/export to a focus on innovation. China missed the world’s first technological revolutions because of domestic turbulence and external influences but has become a leading force for the third technological data revolution.
China counts more than 1,000 billionaires in US dollar terms, overtaking solidly the US, according to the Hurun Rich List ranking. “We’re currently in the heart of a new industrial revolution, with new technologies including artificial intelligence, blockchain, cloud, data and e-commerce creating new opportunities for entrepreneurs and leading to a concentration of wealth and economic power on a scale never seen before,” said Hurun Report Chairman and chief researcher Rupert Hoogewerf, according to Shine.
Financial analyst Sara Hsu, co-author of the 2020 publication “China’s fintech explosion”, discusses how tech companies became the leaders in fintech, leaving the country’s giant banks behind. She addresses an online panel of USC’s US-China Institute and explains how an underserved community offers a fertile basis for the fintech explosion.
William Bao Bean, partner at SOSV managing director at the Shanghai-based Chinaccelerator, discusses the investment climate in the US, China and Europe at the F50 Global Capital Summit 2019 Fall. He does not fear the Trump administration, he says, “governments cannot stop businesses even if they want to,” he adds.
China’s competitive landscape is changing fast, and the blooming incubators for startups offer multinational a much-needed edge in local competition, says William Bao Bean, managing director of the Chinaccellator in Shanghai to Forbes. “When you’re under pressure and local players are taking market share from you, you look to innovation.”
Shanghai-based MOX (Mobile Only Accelerator) works from different places in the world, including Taipei. Taiwan offers an excellent launching platform for ventures who look for international expansion into the rest of Asia, says MOX managing director William Bao Bean, according to the News Lens.