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Why Hong Kong Is Pushing for Its Own Central Bank Digital Currency
As a global financial hub, Hong Kong has a vested interest in shaping the development of CBDCs and especially the systems in which they will transact across borders. But the U.S. should be concerned by its lack of full independence from mainland China.
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Hong Kong Wants to Be a Crypto Hub Again
Though the city’s regulator has set a high bar for companies to operate at present, the door is open for the further relaxing of rules.
CDCROP: Streets of Hong Kong China Hong Kong (Anthony Kwan/Getty Images)

CDCROP: FSTB secretary Christopher Hui talks to co-founder of Animoca Brands Yat Siu at Hong Kong FinTech Week. (Lavender Au/CoinDesk)
Hong Kong Government Reconsiders Stance on Virtual Asset ETFs, Tokenized Securities, Retail Investors
The government says it's ready to engage with virtual asset service providers and invite them to the city.
CDCROP: FSTB secretary Christopher Hui talks to co-founder of Animoca Brands Yat Siu at Hong Kong FinTech Week. (Lavender Au/CoinDesk)

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CBDCs Can Work With Stablecoins, Central Bank Trial Finds
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority claims its retail central bank digital currency prototype safeguards flexibility and privacy.
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