Digital currency in Shenzhen City backed by Chinese Government
BWF Shenzhen | October 24-25, 2019 | Shenzhen, China Visit Event Website
Shenzhen City, which shares a border with Hong Kong, became China’s first ‘Special Economic Zone’ in 1980. In Chinese Special Economic Zones companies are allowed to operate without much of the red tape and regulation.There are also significant tax and other incentives aimed at attracting foreign investment into the economic zones. The Chinese Government’s digital currency mandate for Shenzhen is another indication of its changing attitude towards cryptocurrency.Recently Bitcoin has been labelled a safe-haven asset by a Chinese state-owned media outlet, while the People’s Bank of China released a infographic about the soaring value of Bitcoin. In the past week, the Chinese Government revealed it has its own digital currency ready to launch after five years of development.
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