With a focus on transparency and AML/CFT compliance, the move aims to enhance market integrity while positioning Hong Kong as a leader in regulated digital asset market.
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Aimed at fostering blockchain innovation, the initiative offers technical support and connections with government stakeholders. With applications opening in March, the program seeks ventures in sectors like real-world asset tokenization and blockchain finance to contribute to Hong Kong’s Web3 landscape.
The event boasts a star-studded lineup of over 50 global fintech industry leaders, providing attendees with invaluable insights and predictions.
The opening speech at the Web3.0 Startup Summit to be held at Hong Kong Cyberport on December 20th is to be delivered by Kevin Shao, ICC Advisor, ABGA Executive President, Web3Labs Partner, and Bitrise Capital Founder.
Huobi HK will enable users to buy, sell, and hold mainstream cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH), along with other major cryptocurrencies listed on the independent index.
This milestone cements Liminal’s position as a top-tier custodian in the Asia-Pacific region, enabling them to offer regulated digital asset custodial services in Hong Kong.
It will provide competitive projects with financial incentives, technological empowerment, and global acceleration to enable them to reach their full potential and find it easier to establish a presence in Hong Kong.
The license aims to fill a gap in the market by providing high-quality alternative investment opportunities for professional investors, and offering SMEs funding options beyond traditional fundraising channels.
The initiative will allow institutional clients to take a stake in an inter-operable financial system, a future which includes both centralized banking and the Decentralized Finance (DeFi) sector.
The global investment in deep-tech start-ups increased form $15 billion in 2016 to $60 billion in 2020. Japan, South Korea, mainland China, Singapore, Hong Kong and Thailand are the East and Southeast regions with the highest adoption rate of corporate venturing.