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First Digital Unveils USD Stablecoin as Hong Kong Crypto Rules Kick In
The stablecoin is issued by a registered trust owned by First Digital.
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Users can manage and customize the entire life cycle of the CBDC, including minting, distribution, redemption and destruction. (Ripple Labs)
Ripple Starts Platform for Central Banks to Issue Their CBDCs
The firm will also showcase a real estate tokenization product as part of Hong Kong Monetary Authority's e-HKD pilot.
Users can manage and customize the entire life cycle of the CBDC, including minting, distribution, redemption and destruction. (Ripple Labs)

Firms are subject to the whims of the bank account providers and end up dedicating resources to opening bank accounts. (Unsplash)
Even Licensed Firms Say Opening Bank Accounts Is Hard in Hong Kong
Hong Kong has said it wants to be a crypto hub but its banks are rejecting account opening applications.
Firms are subject to the whims of the bank account providers and end up dedicating resources to opening bank accounts. (Unsplash)

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Hong Kong Regulator Reminds Local Banks There Is No Ban on Crypto Firms
Crypto companies have complained that opening bank accounts in the jurisdiction is difficult.
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Hong Kong's Central Bank Digital Currency Could Be on Permissioned Blockchain: Source
The regulator of e-HKD has left the implementation of Hong Kong's CBDC to the banks.
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Hong Kong Backs Web3 With $6.4M in Annual Budget
The city's financial secretary will lead a task force dedicated to development of virtual assets.
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How Hong Kong Is Gearing Up to Regulate Stablecoins
Requiring foreign entities that have already issued stablecoins to set up a Hong Kong entity might create complications.
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No, Hong Kong Won’t Be Allowing Retail Traders Access to Crypto on June 1
A tweet suggesting the city will make crypto fully legal for all citizens is a misreading of the legislation.
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Hong Kong to Require Stablecoin Licensing as Early as This Year
Algorithmic stablecoins like terraUSD will not be accepted under the planned regulatory regime, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority said.
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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...
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